The All-Inclusive Photo Project (AIPP) features images shot by the likes of Annie Leibovitz, with an aim to address the lack of diversity in travel imagery.
Last night, thousands gathered near the cathedral to sing and watch centuries of history burn.
Thomas Jorion spent ten years photographing the faded glory of empty palaces and summer homes.
Every year, the people of the French village Cournonterral gather to mark the end of a 12th century battle by chasing each other around with barrels of dark wine.
Photographer José Ferreira's new project captures a marginalized community as it's torn down.
Faced with stigmatization and targeted threats, Colombia's marginalized communities have found a respite in the Barranquilla Carnaval: a means of preservation and celebration in the midst of violence.
Instead of pointing her lens at the street, Lady Gaia captured the reactions of residents who watched the colorful party from the best seat in the house: their apartments.
Photographer Ali Al-Shehabi is trying to counter stereotypes of the Arab world.
Philip Cheung’s new series looks at what Canadian soldiers are doing post-Afghanistan.
Photographer Pat Kane’s ‘Offgrid’ series about shack-dwellers and houseboaters needs to be seen.