How the World Plays: Photos from the U.K. to Bhutan
April 12, 2015
There's this kind of idea that if you’re photographing kids it's somehow dubious and dodgy, which I think is quite a tragic kind of reflection on society.
Planes, Frames and Automobiles
March 02, 2015
The latest entry in a genre of photography in which actual events look like special effects from movies.
"People Were Just Pulling Out Plastic Bags With Remnants of Bodies"
February 05, 2015
Photojournalist Lynsey Addario tells the story behind five war photos.
Sports Illustrated Fired All of Its Photographers. Does It Matter?
January 23, 2015
Does it matter?
What It's Like to Lose a Daughter to an Eating Disorder
December 15, 2014
"The most uncomfortable aspect of eating disorders is death."
Turning the Machines that Keep Patients Alive Into Art
October 30, 2014
Piles of pacemakers, heart and lung machines...
The Emily Dickinson of Photography Left Thousands of Negatives Behind When She Died
October 28, 2014
She took some of the most moving photos of the 20th century—and hid the negatives away in storage lockers.
This Iranian Photographer is Tired of Explaining Life in Iran
October 26, 2014
As an Iranian living in Malaysia, Motlaq finds herself constantly called upon as the token expert about her homeland. “I’ve been out of Iran for ten years,” she says, “and suddenly I’ve become an Iranian who has to answer so many questions about my country.”
War Photographers Pay Tribute to Their Colleagues
October 17, 2014
Sheer bravery, in images.
Photographical Twins: Uncanny Images of Ocean and Desert
October 06, 2014
A peaceful, startling stillness.