Photographer Michela AG Iaccarino spent two years among soldiers and civilians inside the hotly disputed Russia-Ukraine border areas, and this is what she saw.
Ceaușescu Decree no. 770 banned women from having abortions. That resulted in the birth of about 2 million children, who have since been known as "Generation Decree". Some of those kids ended up in orphanages.
There's only one place where you can see a giant duct tape Empire State Building next to a 350-pound duct tape cheeseburger.
As he nears 70, the legendary LA-based artist reflects on his past work, which included spraying symbols inside abandoned buildings and taking photos of dogs as they chased his car in the desert.
Last year, I went to Poland to film a documentary about an experimental music festival. I'd recently gone through a breakup, and as a result, I found myself photographing sad-lad scenes.
Winning just isn't that important at The Rodeo Car Club.
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.
A selection of new work from photographer Jess Cole.
In January, photographer Elliot Ross documented the arrival of some of the last asylum seekers entering Europe through the Greek islands.
On Sunday people gathered at America's most famous LGBT gathering place to show solidarity in the face of tragedy.
Christophe Gateau's photos from the 2013 World Beard and Moustache Championships.
What it's like to travel for three years, around 42 counties in England, taking photos of small-town carnival royalty in all their glory.
Ali Mobasser used photography to process his aunt's death, snapping people caught unawares around London, the UK and Europe.
"Pageant of the Masters," a 90-minute exhibition of "living pictures," faithfully recreates famous works of art with live actors.
Magnum Photos is nearly 70, so to celebrate they got a load of their photographers and artists to pick images that represent co-founder Henri Cartier-Bresson's idea of the "Decisive Moment".
Tom Sheehan has been taking photos of musicians for 66 years, and he's got some stories.
Photographer Yan Morvan was one of the first to document the disorientation of young people in the French suburbs.
Christoph Bangert's new photo book, Hello Camel, exposes the surreal and darkly comic side of today's wars.
"I got her from a friend. I saw her, and I said, 'That doggie is going to be mine.'"
The 'Shit Britain' style of photography – Pukka pies, pot holes and pre-pubescents posing with pricked footballs on tower block stairwells – proves there can be hope in sentimentality.
"Cuttings" is the collection of bizarre photos from dream team Annie Collinge and Sarah May.
Cooper Winterson work confronts how, from an early age, we make sacrifices to both be accepted and be our own person.
Mexican-born and LA-based photographer Izaac Enciso's latest book 'Symbols' blends contemporary street photography with found objects and intervention.