Photography

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On its Last Legs | Otherworldly Photos of a Dying Lake in Iran

Lake Urmia was once the largest salt lake in the Middle East, but now it is set to vanish altogether
Ebrahim Noroozi
3.14.19
Photography

How the World's Prisons Look From Within

Photographer Jan Banning takes us into the prisons of Uganda, France, the US and Colombia.
Laura Woods
3.13.19
Art

This Indian Festival Redefines Photography in the Age of Fake News and Social Media

Farmer suicides, Sabarimala devotees, and other stories from the ongoing Chennai Photo Biennale.
Pallavi Pundir
3.6.19
agenda

Sex and Death | Japanese Art in Hong Kong

An erotica exhibition showcases the photographs of three master artists.
Chris Hatherill
3.3.19
Arts

Love Is Not Just for Lovers

We talked to young New Zealanders about love beyond romance. No plus ones required.
i-D Staff
3.1.19
agenda

National Geographic Reveals This Year’s Winners

From Congo to Sri Lanka, these are the winning shots from this year's competition
Kieran Morris
2.28.19
adventure

Positively Reeling | By All Means, Bin Off Plastic. Just Shut Up About It

You can't be an eco-warrior while you snap away on 35mm
Paul Evans
2.28.19
Photography

Photos of Russian Pagans Burning Stuff for the Gods

There's no party like a Russian 'Rodnover' party.
Stephen Smit
2.27.19
Photography

Inside the Dangerous, Tight-Knit World of Australian Rodeo

"They’re completely sunburned and injured, but they still manage to smile."
Sam Nichols
2.27.19
Culture

Capturing the Contemporary Drag Scene

Read an excerpt from 'Alright Darling?', a new book by Greg Bailey featuring the biggest names in drag today.
Greg Bailey
2.25.19
Garage Magazine Issue 16

Phillip Lim's Cure for Jet Lag Revealed

Direct from his new cookbook, ‘More Than Our Bellies,’ Phillip Lim shares his invigorating jet lag cure. Photographed by Viviane Sassen.
Phillip Lim
2.24.19
NSFW

Charming Pornographic Photographs of French Prostitutes from the 1930s

I talked to collector Alexandre Dupouy about a cache of pictures donated by an anonymous photographer.
Monsieur X and Geoffrey Le Guilcer
2.23.19
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