SPOTLIGHTCentraliaMultiple perspectives crisscross and converge in Poulomi Basu’s docu-fiction “Centralia”, which tells the complex tale of conflict between indigenous landowners, government-backed corporations, military forces and the state.Read More
Multiple perspectives crisscross and converge in Poulomi Basu’s docu-fiction “Centralia”, which tells the complex tale of conflict between indigenous landowners, government-backed corporations, military forces and the state.
These classic photographs from contemporary, rural Cuba, document a disappearing way of life, pieced together through the everyday rhythms of the campesino people.
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Boys of Volta
Working with Ghanaian children on Lake Volta, humanitarian photographer and cinematographer Jeremy Snell’s luminous images tell a serious and urgent story.
Midnight La Frontera
Photographed over thirty years ago, Ken Light’s nighttime pictures of migrants captured along the US-Mexico border pose some uneasy questions.
I Read I Write
Born from her own experience, Laura Boushnak’s epic long term project celebrates the stories of women across Arab countries whose lives have been transformed by education.
Making Room, A Trailblazer in Documentary
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A poignant photographic examination of loss, grief, nature and healing — the top series winner in this year’s LensCulture Art Photography Awards.
As Immense as the Sky
Calling the past into the present, Meryl McMaster’s otherworldly self-portraits draw on her Indigenous and European heritage, channeling photography as a tool to reclaim and reimagine these intertwined histories.