The two photography students took photos of furry spaghetti and blistered pancakes for art. Gross.
Speaking to the gallerist who's collected thousands of photographs of strangers' lives from flea markets, featuring everything from Christmas trees to nude portraits.
Josip Broz Tito, the post-WWII leader of former Yugoslavia, didn't let communist purse-tightening keep him from larging it at New Year's.
German freelance photographer Jonathan Danko Kielkowski snuck onto the wrecked cruise ship, to document the visually arresting aftermath of its tragic demise.
We spoke to Hallam about his new book, Odds & Sodds, a collection of photos from the early-80s mod scene.
We spoke with photographer Jesse Burke about his new book that captures his daughter on the road and in the great outdoors.
Brooklyn-based photographer Cait Oppermann took these shots on a recent trip through Chongqing and Chengdu.
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.
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.
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.
For her latest show, artist and curator Rachel Stern asked nearly 50 artists to illustrate the idea of love.
Photographer Kamila Stanley's images highlight everyday life in Turkey.
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.
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 for those affected by the fallout of the Chernobyl disaster 30 years ago.
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
A diplomatic reconciliation between the US and Cuba has people worrying the communist country is going to be spoiled by big brands and commercialisation.
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.
Stockport native Chris Bethell grew up telling people he was American, which wasn't exactly the truth. To get to grips with his identity and family history, he travelled through the States, retracing his grandfather's footsteps.
We asked a few people there what exactly the Thin White Duke meant to them.
Mining in the town of Jharia has caused widespread pollution and illness, as well as a number of injuries and deaths from workers and locals falling into open pits of fiery coal.
The Greek fine art photographer just came out with an imprint that acts as a synopsis of two decades of work.