An Acclaimed War Photographer Turns Her Lens on Canada’s Tree Planters
Rita Leistner’s latest exhibition captures the intensity of tree planting
The September Stories Issue
The Society Left Behind by the Death of Britain's Mining Industry
Photos that capture resilience in the former industrial heartland of the UK.
What It's Like to Suffer for Your Partner's Art
It's a hard life for husbands/muses.
Enter the Dark Scandinavian Wilderness with "Witch in the Woods" Artist Darby Lahger
Lahger’s mystical work conjures images of isolation, tragedy, freedom and escape.
Deana Lawson Is Imaging a Beautiful Black Universe
Her new solo show is like a photo album for the black diaspora.
Photos from the World’s Largest Collection of Female Artists Go on Display in London
Works borrowed from the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington hits the Whitechapel Gallery.
[NSFW] Photographer Inserts Her Own Nude Self-Portraiture into Classical Paintings
Photographer Carol Espíndola admonishes the male gaze by inserting herself in famous art.
Glamor Shots Get Gleefully Weird in Parker Day's Photographs
In her new series of portraits, photographer Parker Day creates abstracted identities for her models and we can’t look away.
Haunting Black-and-White Photos Reveal a Brutal War Crime's Aftermath
'The Portraits of 108' is Jinhyun Cha's harrowing photographic series of surviving Korean “comfort women,” sexual slaves to the Imperial Japanese Army during World War II.
Digital Photos Capture Paint Swirling in Water
Alex Nero’s digital photographs create Rorschach-like images that explore the human psyche.
[Exclusive] Celebrating the Man Who Photographed Everyone from MJ to MLK
Watch an exclusive clip from the new documentary 'Harry Benson: Shoot First.'
[NSFW] Nude Occult Rituals Staged Against Norway’s Stark Landscape
“Cold, silent, and isolated” is how Norwegian artist Daria Endresen describes her photography.