Photographer Nicky Loh captures family portraits via FaceTime and video chat in the time of Singapore's circuit breaker period.
Chad Hilliard's photos build narratives for his African-American ancestors, filling in the blanks left by enslavement and migration.
With her series “Infinite Tenderness,” the photographer develops a new narrative for LGBTQ kids in the South.
A new book crosses his dark gaze with the human body.
The street photographer Pau Buscató spends seven hours a day searching for the funny moments that only happen when people are crammed together.
Their eerie photos of human-animal hybrids walking wonderfully surreal landscapes thumb their noses at traditional beauty standards.
Mike Thompson captures the emotional highs and lows of his blue-collar community.
The Die Antwoord collaborator and photographer of life among decay has a new book showcasing his instantly recognizable "Ballenesque" style.
22-year-old photographer Kristine Wathne captures subjects as they are about to take a bite, depicting funny and universally relatable actions.
Existentialists will love the work of Alexandre Coll.
For 'Skulls Exposed,' 22-year-old Norwegian artist Kristine Wathne photographs one type of subject, collecting and presenting iterations of identity.
German artist Anja Wülfing paints realistic dog heads on old portraits of people.