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.
What it's like to balance being a supportive partner with a documentarian, when your girlfriend starts chemotherapy.
A writer and artist continue their combing of the oddest parts of the web for nuggets of gold.
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."
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.
There's only one place where you can see a giant duct tape Empire State Building next to a 350-pound duct tape cheeseburger.
Vali Pană spent the 1970s hiking around the Carpathian Mountains.
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.
Winning just isn't that important at the Rodeo Car Club.
Rachel Stern's Yes, Death. is a new show opening in Brooklyn that features gothic-looking photos of graveyards in the American South.
A selection of new work from photographer Jess Cole.
The annual tradition is supposed to relinquish the babies' sins and protect them from all kinds of ailments—especially hernias.
Dutch photographer Maarten Delobel spent the past weekend amongst the red-eyed crowds in Amsterdam's Flevopark.
Photographer Si Barber traveled around England for three years, to 42 different counties, taking photos of carnival royalty for his series Queens of Lesser Realms.
On Sunday people gathered at America's most famous LGBT gathering place to show solidarity in the face of tragedy.
Nathan Bajar's photographs of the Philippines illuminate the uncanny experience of returning to a homeland that was never quite home.
Blaise Cepis's trippy new exclusive series for VICE focuses on visual trickery to create playful photographs.
We spoke to Elliot Ross about his arresting photo of the clothes of asylum seekers hanging out to dry in a transit camp on the Greek island of Lesbos.
The epic story of a prince and princess in exile unfolds in this ethereal series by photographer Vasantha Yogananthan.
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.
On June 11 and 12, Baxter St. at CCNY is hosting a zine a self-published book fair showcasing the work of some of the world's most interesting book makers.
Photographer Diogo Andrade documented what happens to summer dream destinations when you build first and think later.