New York-based model and creative director Lucia Yao Gioiello explores the complexities of Asian identity in 'FAR—NEAR'.
Tiffanie Turner has the art of paper flowers down to a science.
Photographer Albert Elm takes weird pictures that capture our humanity.
On a remote island in the Pacific, a high percentage of the population sees the world in black and white.
Anthony Gerace asserts a collaged, colorblocked aesthetic throughout the nearly 150 pages of his new photography book.
Aperture introduces another pleasing retrospective exploring the history of us taking photos of our meals.
Amy Hood explores the darkness in intimacy in her new book, 'Visceral.'
Gábor Kasza's romantic photographs get entombed in a stone tome.
Color your way through 32 pages of female rebellion in Grace Hannah Lang and Simon Lazarus' new book.
A book of paintings by Robert Ryan challenge the boundaries between the ancient and modern worlds.
'Prosthetic Reality' is a playful experiment in what's possible with the new medium of augmented reality.
A new animated short film made from Ballen's work captures the specters of life and death floating inside the photographer's mind.