Lateef Johar Baloch ate nothing for a month-and-a-half to protest enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings.
Holograms, animation, and mythology collide in artist Etienne Guiol’s installation ‘A I M’.
Donna Huanca slathers naked bodies with paint, latex, and cosmetics to confront our reactions to flesh.
Reflect on the therapeutic effects of medicine inside Beijing-based artist Yin Xiuzhen’s latest installation
The couple that shape shifts together, stays together.
Santiago Ascui creates depersonalized yet rhythmic human figures for publications including 'The New York Times.'
"The one thing that unites us is the butt. We all have one, have access to it, and sit on it. That's what's so interesting to me," says Jonathan Allan.
Your bladder situation dictates how much you believe in free will.
Last year, Belgian photojournalist Nick Hannes took a year off from shooting warzones all over the world and travelled from Antwerp to Vladivostok and somehow then ended up in Beijing.