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Art

Akinola Davies Jr. Is Reclaiming African Treasures Stolen by White Colonizers

His latest film criticizes museums for holding onto looted art.
Antwaun Sargent
11.7.18
Photography

Unearthed Photos of Paris's Trans Community in the 1970s

Photographer Jane Evelyn Atwood's latest book helps to rediscover Paris' energetic Pigalle district.
Louis Dabir
10.10.18
Photography

Why Fashion Can Be Vital for Some Refugees

"I think that if you're badly dressed, everyone sees you as just another refugee."
Anna Topaloff
8.7.18
Photography

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.
Rowaida Amer
7.31.18
Art

We Need More Artists Like This Street Performer-Turned Multimedia Wizard

How a formerly-undocumented kid from Queens went from performing on the subway to a solo art show in Manhattan.
Kara Weisenstein
7.24.18
Scene Reports

A Radical Black Arts Renaissance Is Reshaping a Fractured St. Louis

You ought to be paying attention.
James McAnally
7.9.18
Photography

Gloomy Photos from Belgium's Rust Belt

Photographer Sebastiaan Franco has been documenting Seraing for six years.
Marine Coutereel
5.22.18
Scene Reports

You Need to Pay Attention to Nashville's Thriving, Weirdo Art Scene

It's way cooler than country music and bachelorette parties.
Laura Hutson Hunter
4.12.18
Photography

Photos of Modern Vikings Keeping Their Traditions Alive

Vikings Against Racism are out to show that you can cherish ancient traditions without being bigots.
Caisa Ederyd
3.13.18
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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.
Laura Muriel
Ana Iris Simón
3.9.18
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Romania's Summer Is So Hot They're Calling It 'Lucifer'

Romanian photographers capture the country's hottest August since 1951.
Dana Alecu
8.23.17
Photography

Photos from Transnistria, the Country That Doesn't Exist

The United Nations may not formally recognize the country's independence, but 500,000 Transnistrians deserve to be seen.
Adina Florea
8.21.17