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- The legacy of the Black Panther Party can’t be understated — this retrospective of the BPP’s ideologies and goals shows that while progress has been made, we still have a long way to go.
- A return journey through Japan—the photographer’s birthplace but not present home—reveals a country ripe with contradictions: ancient and modern, sacred and profane, anonymous and unique…
- A pensive, dreamlike series offers an alternative to the rough, aggressive reality of our world: “These meetings have soothed me and protected me from the chaos that is forever attempting to engulf me.”
- While the world’s nations continue to bicker over borders and languages and religions, one country threatens to disappear from the very face of the Earth within our lifetimes—learn more about this unique (and troubling) situation.
- While Haiti continues to struggle to recover from the catastrophic earthquake that hit in 2010, these photos highlight encouraging, individual efforts that, in sum, demonstrate the reawakening of a damaged, but hopeful, nation.
- Evocative silhouettes and smoky battle scenes recreate a moment from Cambodian history so brutal that those who lived through it have tried their best to forget.
- “It all began with a commotion in the toilet. One day, Chan was busy at his workshop when he heard a noise coming from the bathroom. Curious, he opened the window and looked down below…”
- All the love, fear, doubt and joy that comes with being a first-time father, tenderly told through a series of intimate photographs.
- Transcendence amidst the commonplace, intimacy amidst alienation, humor amidst the absurd—over five decades, Chang Chao-Tang has helped shape the photographic culture of his homeland.
- Famous for his raw, dark imagery, Antoine D’Agata reveals another facet of his creative practice: the workshop.
- Don’t think individuals actions can make a difference? These 18 stories, from all over the world, show the collective impact that passionate, dedicated individuals can have on their surroundings.
- (Black) gold fever has gripped Myanmar—this series documents how a local population has abandoned age-old agricultural practices in favor of the slim hopes of striking rich with oil.
- For a place that is so often seen through images of devastation and disaster, this series offers an intimate, inside view of Congo: private moments marked by great sadness but also signs of joy and dreams.
- Life in the Arctic (human and otherwise) is about to change forever—this series pays (final?) witness to the proud, stubborn vestiges of the past.
- El Malecón is far more than just a wall: it lies at the geographic and spiritual heart of Havana, it lies at the center of the city’s pulsating beat. If the wall could talk, imagine the stories it would tell.
- Indonesian children, beginning as young as 5, become jockeys in dangerous horse races to earn money for their families.
- Imagine an empty world, where the only sounds on a weekday morning were the light tapping of deer hooves on the pavement…
- A powerful visual narrative that takes us along 4,200 km of Southeast Asia’s longest river—and shows us the countless stories that can be found on its banks.
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