“I Can’t Find the Words:” Photos of the Devastating Notre-Dame Fire
Last night, thousands gathered near the cathedral to sing and watch centuries of history burn. We heard from some of the Parisians there.
Photos of Life in 'Portugal's Toughest Neighbourhood'
Photographer José Ferreira's new project captures a marginalised community as it's torn down.
I Spent Months in the Parts of Lisbon the Government Tries to Hide
Intendente is one of the trendiest neighbourhoods in Lisbon. But far away from the tourists, another reality exists.
A Portrait of Life in Yellowknife’s Shack Community
Photographer Pat Kane’s ‘Offgrid’ series, about shack-dwellers and houseboaters off Great Slave Lake, needs to be seen.
Unearthed Photos of Paris' Trans Community in the 1970s
Photographer Jane Evelyn Atwood's latest book helps to rediscover Paris' energetic Pigalle district.
Why Fashion Can be Vital for Refugees
"I think that if you're badly dressed, everyone sees you as just another refugee."
Joyous Photos Show There's More to Life in Gaza Than Conflict
Four Gaza-based photographers are capturing their favorite parts of the region to show a different side of the territory and its people.
A Radical Black Arts Renaissance Is Reshaping Post-Ferguson St. Louis
You ought to be paying attention.
We Talked to Future’s Personal Photographer About Life in ATL
On the eve of film 'Superfly,' photographer Anthony Hilliard chronicles Future's life of dice, Lamborghinis, and a bottomless stack of one dollar bills
Photos of Life, Loss and Abandoned Steel Mills in a Belgian Town
Photographer Sebastiaan Franco has been documenting Seraing for six years.
Photos of Modern Vikings Keeping Their Traditions Alive
Vikings Against Racism are out to show that you can cherish ancient traditions without being a bigot.
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Millions of Spanish Women Went on a Feminist Strike
An estimated five million women across Spain joined a historic strike to mark International Women's Day.
Ana Iris Simón