These photography students took photos of furry spaghetti and blistered pancakes for art. Gross.
Photographer and writer Gideon Jacobs has gone on a journey across America without leaving the comfort of his home. His mom thinks he's driving across the Rust Belt.
In the aftermath of Winter Storm Jonas I toured Brooklyn and Manhattan to see how the boroughs had held up.
We spoke with photographer Jesse Burke about his new book that captures his daughter on the road and in the great outdoors.
Mary Ellen Mark began documenting drug users, vagrants, pimps, and more in Seattle during the 80s. After she met a 13-year-old prostitute named Tiny, her work focused on the young girl for the next 30 years.
German photographer Ricarda Messner spent 24 hours in New Jersey's Atlantic City capturing the slot machines, lights, and Donald Trump's gaudy Taj Mahal.
For her latest show, artist and curator Rachel Stern asked nearly 50 artists to illustrate the idea of love.
This summer, I visited South India for the first time since my grandfather died nearly two years ago. A familiar space had suddenly become unfamiliar, and I searched for serenity, devotion, and solitude in a city where privacy is scarce.
Photographer Jadwiga Bronte visited the "internats" of Belarus—institutions that are part asylum, part orphanage, and part hospice—for those affected by the fallout of the Chernobyl disaster 30 years ago.
In exchange for pleasing viewers, camgirl Lindsay Dye has amassed hundreds of anonymous gifts from her Amazon wish list. She has so many items, it's hard to tell what's a gift and what isn't in her apartment.
Every morning, women arrive in throngs in Paris' Bois de Boulogne park and begin to install their workspace. Some unfold a tent behind the bushes, while others open the trunk of their car, bend the seats, cover the windows and light some incense.
Amid civil unrest, the Central African Republic's diamond trade is failing to help the national economy or its people
In advance of an exhibition of his work in San Francisco, here's a selection of photos from one of America's preeminent documentarians of the weird.
We asked a few people there what exactly the Thin White Duke meant to them.
The photographer's latest exhibition, Tear Sheets, fuses cultural detritus with contemporary art tropes to figuratively mold the past.
In the late-1960s, radical Italian architects way ahead of their time built conceptual clubs that catered to the emerging counterculture movement in the country. But a decade after the movement started, it faded into obscurity.
These are some of the photographs that changed our world in 2015.
Prizes are given for the fastest, 'milkiest,' and most beautiful creatures. Less fortunate camels are served for dinner.
Photos taken for housing charity Shelter have finally been released to the public after a 45-year embargo.
We talked to legendary photojournalist Ron Haviv about his experience documenting the trauma and atrocities of the Bosnian War.
Nick Vedros's photo project Faces of Changes aims to humanize the men and women who are actively changing their lives through a prison rehabilitation program aimed to lower recidivism rates.
Jason Jaworski's Labyrinth was created while traveling for 13 days through slums in the Philippines, accompanied by a group of little people.
Stacy Kranitz has been collaborating with local writers to tell stories that offer a complex and nuanced understanding of what central Appalachia looks like 50 years after becoming a byword for poverty.