Along the old Trans-Canada Highway in New Brunswick stands a disturbing statue of an emaciated racehorse. Once you break inside the old amusement park behind it, things get even weirder.
Antonello Veneri's latest project, Interiores da Maré, documents the lives and homes of people living in the city's infamous slums.
New York photographer Peter Garritano decided to find out, and the results are surprisingly beautiful.
An interview with the women behind Red Lighter Films, which aims to combine intersectional feminism with film and make movies that represent marginalized groups.
Jan Klos has been documenting the people who run some of the area's best-loved pubs.
Ahead of their big day, the wealthiest couples travel the world, having their photos taken in front of international landmarks. For those who can't afford the flights, in China, there are ways of making the world come to you.
On Friday morning, thousands waited to see Pope Francis ride through lower Manhattan in his Fiat.
Photographers Borja Larrondo and Diego Sánchez spent two years photographing the inhabitants of the social housing suburb.
How can you not love a backyard-style wrestling competition with stars like "The Stinker," "Helga Hysteria," and "Doughnut Messaround"?
For his project Stolen Land, Stolen Future, photographer Michael Santiago spent time with one of the few black people trying to make a living through farming.
We went to the grand opening of Taco Bell Cantina in Chicago, America's first alcohol-serving Taco Bell.
Photos from the viewing of our special report 'Fixing the System' on Wednesday.
The Embarrassment Project, curated by Erik Kessels, is the culmination of a simple assignment given to second-year photography students: "Be brave and create a body of work that feels both embarrassing and liberating."
'Twenty Twenty Vision,' a new photo exhibition of 400 images, captures life in south London through the eyes of its inhabitants.
Some photos from Jim Mangan's upcoming book, Magic Rocks, which will be released at the New York Art Book Fair as a continuation of his book Bastard Child this September.
Doug Rickard trawled through thousands of hours worth of amateur Youtube footage for his new project, N.A.
We interviewed Claire Christerson about curating a booth for NYC's Photoville show.
The artist, known for visualizing classified government programs and secret operations, took a literal deep dive into government surveillance for his latest project, which documents the seafloor fiber optic cables where the NSA mines personal data.
For years the tunnels and abandoned WWII-era facilities have been a sort of post-apocalyptic punk playground for teens.
For decades, a stubborn band of indigenous people has refused to leave the land called Big Mountain, defying both the government and coal companies.
If it's not funny, it's probably not worth doing.
To see photographs of badass ladies come to GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS, opening tonight at Max Fish in New York's City.
Jimmy Chin has accomplished it all in the world of action sports, from skiing Everest to climbing some of the world's largest peaks—all while documenting it through photography and video.
A new series of photographs explores the uncertain reality of the most famous alleged UFO sighting.