People start lining up as early as 5 AM, sticking their cameras through the chain-link fence and attempting to catch a glimpse of some celebrity far, far in the distance.
"I live in daydreams."
Maria Gruzdeva spent four years documenting more than 12,000 miles of land and people.
Peter Milne's been shooting Australia's cultural heroes for 40 years.
The European debt crisis has led many Albanians to leave Greece and Italy and return home after living abroad for decades.
Photographer Rasel Chowdhury wants to keep track of how pollution is destroying Bangladesh.
The photographer spent time in Indonesia with the people suffering the consequences of Australia's refugee policies.
"You're just watching these guys chase around a ball, and it feels fantastic."
A new exhibition in London celebrates the contributions of black Britons to British culture.
"A strong animal like an elephant could be reduced to the status of a dry fruit, completely emptied, which is an image that I carry inside forever."
This week, we look at the lives of Matthew Krebs and Gian Paul Graziosi in the City of Brotherly Love.
In this Valentine's Day video art piece, the artist's real life parents are haunted by a vaudeville show of love-hungry specters.
Photographer Ivan Kashinsky swapped National Geographic for Instagram.
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A selection from Joseph Wolfgang Ohlert's recent trip to the Bay Area.
We talked to the director of the International Slavery Museum about how the power of shocking images can put an end to colonial rule.
Among the war machines at the world's largest airbase, photographer Edmund Clark realized that the only Afghanistan workers really see is the one depicted in paintings by local artists hanging on the walls of its mess halls.
Gilles Elie Cohen photographed the coolest people who ever lived.
Photographer Jade Cantwell traveled through Syria, Lebanon, Israel, and Egypt in the months before the Arab Spring. Several years later, her photos are reminders of the lives behind the news reports.
The men of LR Services Plumbing are the sort of plumbers one usually only finds in cheesy erotic novels.
An interview with Aleksandrija Ajdukovic.
Kern spent six weeks in 2014 documenting the daily lives of transgender people in the Eastern Cape of South Africa, an area still prone to heteropatriarchal beliefs.
The recent oil boom has transformed practically every aspect of Williston, North Dakota, and the surrounding area.
Jessica Longworth takes photos of her kid sister and the daily minutiae of the generation currently on its way to adulthood.