SPOTLIGHTShe’s Not ThereWith an eye for repetition and the aesthetic pleasures of smooth, planar surfaces, this award-winning photographer encourages us to look more closely at the delicate arrangements that surround us every day.Read More
She’s Not There
With an eye for repetition and the aesthetic pleasures of smooth, planar surfaces, this award-winning photographer encourages us to look more closely at the delicate arrangements that surround us every day.
Building an Imaginary City
These sleek, minimalist landscapes invite you to take a long, quiet walk within—yet the carefully composed scenes also hum with a strange, uncanny energy.
Emerging from the Dark
Wandering the warren-like streets of New York City, an Italian transplant captures striking—but fleeting—moments of humanity in his never-ending hunt for photographic intimacy.
Deconstructing the Self in America’s Southwest
A photographer entering mid-life and leaving behind a career as a psychotherapist produces two series that visually express a desire to find something more meaningful in her experience of the world.
Les Symboles Invisibles
Massive monuments raised by the former states of Yugoslavia praised the successes of a more egalitarian, antifascist society. Recent developments, however, question how much progress has really been made.
Post-Industrial England’s Boarded-Up Houses
There are over 600,000 unoccupied homes in England, a burgeoning epidemic that indicates great upheaval within the urban space. A look inside the changing landscape of post-industrial spaces across the country (and by extension, the Western world).
Exploring Bygone Soviet Grandeur—and Turbulent Regional Identity—in Abkhazia
Once known as a prime holiday destination for the Russian elite, Abkhazia is now filled with frozen, in-between spaces that convey the tension within its past, present and future.
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Every Body Has a Story to Tell
“If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, why are we fed so much imagery about what we are supposed to look like?” A series that challenges traditional notions of beauty and revels in the supple forms of the human body.
Silent Voices: L(G)BT+ Iran
Under the Iranian penal code, homosexuality is a punishable crime. This series delves into the experiences of LGBT+ individuals living in the country and seeks to highlight a few of their deeply personal (and tragically overlooked) stories.
The Singular Loneliness of New York City
“Loneliness is New York’s leitmotif. This feeling is palpable everywhere in the city.” A foreign street photographer—now a resident of the city—takes on this modern-day Tower of Babel and shares his discoveries with us.
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