photojournalism

2.21.19

Photos of the Side of Havana That Most People Never See

Award-winning photographer Rose Marie Cromwell's work marries art and journalism seamlessly.

11.29.18

Depressing Photos from the Last Days of Toys 'R' Us

We will never see Geoffrey the Giraffe again.

4.24.18

Tim Hetherington's Photos Are a Tender Look at Male Sexuality and War

Before he died in 2011, Tim Hetherington showed us intimate moments between soldiers on the front lines.

3.14.18

Inside Russia: Football Hooligans, Underground Wrestling, and Riots

Photographer Pavel Volkov documents from the heart of his motherland.

2.20.18

Photos of a Chinese Swimming Club on the North Korean Border

Some members have been part of the Yalu River Swimmer's Association for more than 20 years.

8.23.17

Young Girls in the Gaza Strip Flourish Despite Repression

Monique Jaques's project 'Gaza Girls' hopes to create a deeper sense of empathy in the region.

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8.22.17

Australian War Photographer Andrew Quilty on Life in Afghanistan

"The optimism of 2013 has gone."

8.8.17

2,000,000+ Photos Archive 50 Years of Aussie Life—in Arkansas

This LA art dealer just bought 2 million vintage photographs from the Sydney Morning Herald archive; now he’s sorting it.

5.22.17

Stark Photos Document the Dangerous Lives of Indonesian Sulfur Miners

Lena Tsibizova travelled to Java to chronicle the lives of those who toil there.

5.11.17

After The War: Documenting the Trauma and Struggle of a Conflict Photographer

A new film follows photographer Jason Howe as he searches war zones for the perfect photo and fights to get his work published.

2.10.17

Intimate Portraits of the Thousands of Haitian Refugees Stranded in Tijuana

About 3,500 Haitians are waiting to cross the border into the US.

1.28.17

Here's How Photography Will Change the World

The International Center of Photography investigates the visual culture behind #BlackLivesMatter, the refugee crisis, and the alt-right.

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