Photographer Nicky Loh captures family portraits via FaceTime and video chat in the time of Singapore's circuit breaker period.
A spiritual experience in Helsinki inspired the artist to take a year off from photography and rethink his method.
They offer fresh directions to one of the oldest photographic genres.
Out of despair, students of color seek meaningful ways to reflect on national politics and social injustice on their own terms.
Naima Green uses photography to honor black creatives in New York and beyond.
For a third year, the photographer Michael Marcelle captures Comic Con fandom in all its mundane glory.
From Studio 54 to the South of France, Jill Freedman found unconventional ways to photograph the world's most famous faces.
In spite of the world’s cruelties, the Israeli-born photographer Elinor Carucci chooses love.
Chad Hilliard's photos build narratives for his African-American ancestors, filling in the blanks left by enslavement and migration.
By photographing his friends, Matthew Morrocco reflects on the ways social media has changed IRL relationships.
With her series “Infinite Tenderness,” the photographer develops a new narrative for LGBTQ kids in the South.
Marius Sperlich's eye-grabbing portraits can take six hours to pose and perfect.