These candid, eerie portraits of Texans show another side of the Lone Star State.
"I am not telling anyone how to think or feel about Saudi Arabia. I'm not interested in providing answers or definitions."
Sue de Beer's work is infused with a sense of the occult, something she attributes to growing up in Salem, Massachusetts.
Wiktoria Wojciechowska's photography records the ongoing effects of the war on Ukrainians, particularly young soldiers, and draws renewed attention to a conflict that seems to have been forgotten.
Endia Beal's powerful photographs record young, educated black women who are about to enter the workforce for the first time.
"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.
Highlyann Krasnow and Mel Stones capture the spirit of New York in the 90s in this series of portraits that feature the stars of the iconic and controversial film, 'Kids.'
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.
As part of a generation that's seen protests about the Iraq War and university tuition fees ignored by the government, can disruption work for Black Lives Matter UK?
After Tim Andrews was diagnosed with the degenerative disease he started inviting hundreds of photographers to take his picture.
Ikaria has an amazingly high number of centenarians, and one in three people on the island make it deep into their 90s in perfect health.
The yearly tradition marks the struggle against Nazi Germany that began on August 1, 1944, and ended tragically for the Poles 63 days later.
The intersection of politics and art remains vibrant in these insane times.
Capitalism was at work at the Democratic and Republican National Conventions this summer.
A group of young Mormons who call themselves "Straight Outta Roskill" rig up their pushbikes to blast music through sophisticated car battery systems.
What it's like to watch a group of men on horseback tussle over a goat carcass before chucking it in a makeshift goal.
A pup invited me to his sprawling "kennel" near the coast of Lake Ontario to photograph him wearing his functional fetish gear and get a rare look inside his pup haven.
The eerie spectacle aimed to raise awareness of wearing a seatbelt.
For this week's First-Person Shooter, we handed off two disposable cameras to the desk clerk at the 11th Avenue Hostel in downtown Denver. He snapped photos of a variety of guests, from "extreme stoners" and war veterans, to passers-by looking for a cheap…
A new book documents the gore and the glory of the annual Monster Shark Tournament.
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