"This phone gave me the feeling that I wasn't alone. It meant everything to me."
A new exhibit at the Mütter Museum in Philadelphia explores the beauty and individuality of human skulls.
Photographer Agne Kucinskaite thought she knew what life was like for the Eastern European men who build London, until she spent time with them.
Zoe Ligon's collage work transforms disposable mass-produced porn into surreal artifacts.
Photographer Lars Moereels captures quiet moments in a city known for its opulence and wealth.
The Brazilian city is both the spirit of Carnival and the 14th most violent city in the world.
Columbia University's first all-female photography MFA class will be showcasing their work this weekend in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Here's a taste of what they've been up to.
Some sweeping generalizations about the UK based on the contents of its women's handbags—in the form of a photo series.
Homer Sykes's legendary 1977 photo book Once A Year offered a rare and unsneering glimpse into the folk customs of British communities.
Eric Chakeen's photographs explore the fading horse-racing culture in Del Mar, California
Saturday, Europride 2016 culminated in the flamboyant glitterfest that was Amsterdam's Canal Parade.
In an era where people often measure content by volume rather than quality, we like to think that this year's photo issue proves that good things still come to those who wait.
Irish-American photographer Eva O'Leary's images burst with crisp, bright colors and demand attention.
Perhaps best known for her portraits of Los Angeles's leather-dyke community, here Catherine Opie switches gears to capture life at an Oregon rodeo.
Photographer Weronika Gęsicka's work focuses on the deceptive way what we think we remember is often some melding of fact and fiction.
Australian photographer Gina Nero turns her critical eye toward Cuban society, capturing a way of life that will soon be changed irrevocably.
Over the course of three months, Cait Oppermann captured the human side of these superhuman athletes—making dinner after practice, relaxing in front of the TV, and getting coffee with teammates.
"If somebody wanted a photograph of a person doing a certain job, we would send them a photograph of a woman doing it."
Though it has suffered a run of bad luck, declaring bankruptcy in 2008, Vallejo is eclectic and diverse. Carolyn Drake's photos capture a city reminiscent of an older California, one before the tech boom.
Magdalena Switek is known for her distinctive style: a brooding mixture of street and documentary photography, all black-and-white.
Mechanization of farming jobs, disease, and isolation left Belle Glade poorly developed. Less than 50 miles away on the island of Palm Beach, billionaires including Donald Trump live in mansions.
Sandy Kim's photos will make you wish you were 22 and on the beach at four in the morning.
Hobbes Ginsberg's bizarrely beautiful still-life photography features cigarette stubs, oranges, an onion, and candy wrappers.
Keren Shavit's series focuses on two teenage girls, Peti and Lucy, who work at a cut-rate Israeli version of McDonald's and are obsessed with a family of wrestlers from Dallas.