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.
Photojournalist Harrison Bruhn has documented the belongings left behind by families in the hopes to shed light on peoples' connections to personal objects.
Photographer Jadwiga Bronte visited the "internats" of Belarus—institutions that are part asylum, part orphanage, and part hospice—for those affected by the fallout of the Chernobyl disaster 30 years ago.
The 27-year-old artist's new show opens at Night Gallery in LA this Saturday.
The country has been torn apart by years of civil war and strife, and its people don't seem to have any faith that their leaders can fix it.
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.
After the pop legend died on Monday, a crowd of fans filled the streets outside his apartment building in Manhattan to pay their respects.
UK native Chris Bethell grew up telling people he was American, which wasn't exactly the truth. To explore his identity and family history, he traveled through the States, retracing his grandfather's footsteps.
We asked people 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.
A two-night concert took place in Brooklyn last week to raise funds for 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. Photographer Pete Voelker was on the scene.
The Greek fine art photographer just came out with an imprint that acts as a synopsis of two decades of work.
Every year, activists gather outside British prisons to make as much noise as possible in order to make inmates feel more connected to the outside world on the biggest party night of the year.
The photographer's latest exhibition, Tear Sheets, fuses cultural detritus with contemporary art tropes to figuratively mold the past.
In the late 1960s, radical Italian architects way ahead of their time built conceptual clubs that catered to the emerging counterculture movement in the country. Unfortunately, a decade after it started, the movement faded into obscurity.
Photos from an amusement park where you're just as likely to see a young family eating hot dogs on an ice rink as you are eight drunk men aggressively singing along to Mariah Carey.
These are some of the photographs that changed our world in 2015.
New York was a ghost town on December 25. There were even puddles in the middle of Rockefeller Center's ice rink.
This week, men will parade their finest dromedaries at auctions, races, and best-in-show events in the UAE. Prizes are given for the fastest, 'milkiest,' and most beautiful creatures. Less fortunate camels are served for dinner.
Jayscale made his name on Instagram shooting sneakers from rooftops. Now he's challenging himself to shoot on film and the results are stunning.
The 24-year-old photographer Clementine Schneidermann shoots carnivals, festivals, and holiday parades in some of the least festive-looking places throughout the EU.
Due partially to my short stature and an aversion to stepping on cracks, I walk the streets looking down. These photos are what I have found: things forgotten, things abandoned, and things that felt like omens.
It was just as crowded and nerdy as you would expect.