In Spain, matador vs bull often ends in at least one gory death. Japan's centuries-old tradition sees two bulls peacefully wrestling one another.
The Cemeterio Del Norte is inhabited by people who pull bones from tombs to move in. It's an entire slum community, populated by gang members, runaways, sex workers, and laborers who rank among the poorest of the world's poor.
His pictures are tribal—the many vibrant differences that make up the entire city are on display.
Carlos Jaramillo's pictures of birds on the wing.
The weather was gorgeous, the streets of Manhattan were packed, and people of all ages, ethnicities, and genders marched together.
While graffiti is still a very young concept in Seoul, the country has a fervent core of emerging writers and has also become a destination for members of an international circuit of high-profile vandals. Our graffiti columnist photographed the city's up-…
We ended up on London mayor Sadiq Khan's float, looking down at the rainbow flags, balloons, and fetish-wear below.
What it's like to balance being a supportive partner with a documentarian, when your girlfriend starts chemotherapy.
Ceaușescu Decree no. 770 banned women from having abortions in Romania. That resulted in the birth of about 2 million children, who have since been known as "Generation Decree."
Photographer Romain Mader messes with our perception of what's real and what's not in his series of a man on the hunt for a bride in Ukraine.
Ali Mobasser used photography to process his aunt's death, snapping people caught unawares around London, the UK, and Europe.
A weekend porter in the Bronx explains all the elbow grease and trash lifting he has to do.
Winning just isn't that important at the Rodeo Car Club.
A selection of new work from photographer Jess Cole.
On Sunday people gathered at America's most famous LGBT gathering place to show solidarity in the face of tragedy.
"Mukilteo was my first furry character, I had gotten this costume as a trade with another fursuit maker. This character is the bad dog. He wears a shock collar and he's a dog party advocate."
Last year, I went to Kraków, Poland to film a documentary about a festival using historic spaces for cutting-edge experimental music. I had recently gone through a breakup, and as a result, I found myself photographing sad-sack scenes.
For this week's First-Person Shooter, we shipped a couple of cameras across the globe to Josh, a helicopter pilot in New Zealand.
Photographer Diogo Andrade documented what happens to summer dream destinations when you build first and think later.
French photographer Martin Bertrand documented the daily life of his grandfather—a far right-wing supporter.
Tom Sheehan has been taking photos of musicians for 66 years, and he's got some stories.
Murray Ballard has documented everyone from amateur cryonicists in the UK to America's "father of cryonics."
Despite heavy rain, New Yorkers still marched up 5th Avenue this past weekend in the Celebrate Israel Parade. Memorable moments included a teacher scolding students for having wet shirts, anti-Zionist protestors, and a old lady flipping off the cops.
For over a decade British photographer Magnus Hastings has been shooting the some of the biggest drag queens and asking them one question: Why drag?