Nick Tolewski was in his early teens when he started taking photos of the Thomastown Sharps.
Chris Shaw spent three years photographing life on a housing estate in the south of England.
Photographer Sarah Pabst talks about her experience documenting the market known as La Salada.
This spring, my students at SVA went to the islands surrounding Manhattan in an effort to turn municipal New York into a tropical paradise.
This spring, Dru Donovan collaborated with a group of men from the Fordham section of the Bronx to stage photographs that revisit their previous encounters with the NYPD.
Lindokuhle Sobekwa and Mikhael Subotzky take photos of a world few have access to.
Niko J. Kallianiotis' series, 'Motherland', shows a happier side of the country than the one we are used to seeing.
And somehow makes them look timelessly elegant.
Each year, the photo festival Image Singulières invites a photographer to the French town of Sète to make a series of photographs. During my time there, I became curious about what was happening behind closed doors.
Photographer Alec Soth ventured to Nome, Alaska, a deeply American place created by outsiders for outsiders, to capture the frontier rawness of the "Sin City of the North."
These beautiful photos by Curran Hatleberg evoke the hot, stagnant feeling of being home in the summertime.
The Magnum Foundation's mission to sustain independent work and artistic excellence is embodied in this collection of pictures by photographers like Poulomi Basu, Tanya Habjouqa and Pete Pin.
I went looking for King Bhumibol, Thailand's ill and missing monarch, and found him everywhere in the Thai consciousness.
The artists in this issue work at the crossroads of photojournalism and art. Their approaches are diverse, but they share a knack for capturing the images that exist as resonant frequencies amid the cacophony.
Every person in Appalachia has a relationship with God, intentionally or otherwise. You could say the same thing about these pictures taken by Magnum photographer Bruce Gilden.
Stacy Kranitz's series on faith-based spaces and communities in Appalachia conveys the transformative power of faith and the essential goodness of fellowship.
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Magnum photographer Pete Pin documents Cambodian refugees who've settled in America, primarily in communities struggling with poverty and inner-city violence.
Dhaka's pavement dwellers have few means to survive in a political, social, and economic environment that virtually ignores them.
Photos by Grey Hutton.
These photos show the little nuggets of happiness and light that Palestinians experience while living under the harsh conditions of occupation in the West Bank.
The event, put on by Sonja Sohn's organization ReWired for Change, was part play, part concert, part rally, and part reunion.
The photographer opens up about her painstaking artistic process.