In the first edition of “Arrivals”—a monthly column dedicated to new voices in photography—Wesley Verhoeve introduces us to Erinn Springer’s latest project; a tender meditation on family life set in the Midwest.
Anna Biret is an artist with a gift for seeing the world as a deeply rich place of light, contrasts, colors, textures and shapes. With this kind of vision and attitude, ordinary moments can become extraordinary — if only for the fraction of a second it take
Brimming with emotion, Bowei Yang’s portraits create a space of healing in which the photographer and his subjects can explore their identities, liberating themselves from their conservative backgrounds.
In these award-winning photographs by Sam Ferris, intense golden sunlight bounces off the steel-and-glass urban canyon walls of Sydney’s Central Business District — illuminating passersby and setting the stage for countless fleeting encounters on the cit
Bertien van Manen’s “Archive” offers a deep-dive into the Dutch photographer’s extraordinary career, mapping out her empathetic, vernacular approach to the documentary genre through images as well as extracts from her journal.
Moving away from a documentary approach, Hoda Afshar’s enigmatic new book engages with the elements to trace the complex history of a group of islands in the Strait of Hormuz on the southern coast of Iran.
This photograph speaks volumes. Its simplicity and directness belie the power, emotion and contradictions it contains, which is one reason it was selected as a Top 10 Pick for the 2021 Critics’ Choice Awards.
A 25-year-old Romanian photographer appropriates the same tools of the former Securitate secret police to try to come to grips with her parent’s and their generation’s apparent inability to embrace 21st century freedom.
Magnum photographer Jacob Aue Sobol made a trek from Moscow to Ulan Bator to Beijing in one month — often making more than 1,000 photographs each day for 28 days straight. He reveals his process in this great 5 minute video interview.
Befriending a colorful circus master just before the pandemic, photographer Davide Bertuccio captured a life full of color and resilience, charting the growth of a new friendship despite these trying times.
A new book brings a generosity of vision and humanity to small regions of Appalachia — as seen by a resident and former photojournalist whose heritage as an Indigenous Mexican and Filipino plays an important part, too.
Charting the everyday life of Thay, a young woman living in a favela in Rio de Janeiro, this multimedia project documents the warm, strong community that exists in the midst of a violent, unsafe world.
Meet 30 of the first gay men, lesbians, bisexuals, transgenders and intersex people (*LGBTIs) who dared to openly embrace their sexual orientation — now all over 70 years of age and living in The Netherlands.