Abul Kalam has been chronicling refugee life in Bangladesh for over a decade.
The Adivasis, or the indigenous people of India, make up 8.6 percent of the country’s population and are largely forgotten by the media and society.
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“Even as I’m genuinely happy for the couples I photograph, one thought keeps running through my head: I probably won’t get to do the same."
In Dhaka last week, Chobi Mela resonated with Alam’s call for collective resistance under authoritarian regimes.
20 years later, the soldier-turned-photographer Philip Cheung is featuring the northern military unit in his latest exhibition.
Sarah Jabbari, a documentary photographer from Iran, is now trying to resurrect it by working on suppressed communities in India.
Our head of art shoots an awkwardly surreal photo essay at night.
Disturbing footage has emerged of the QOTSA frontman booting a front row photographer during a show.