Behind Glass refers both to the glass or boundaries of an enclosure and to the glass of the camera lens.
Often I find myself gazing into the eyes of a monkey, his hand touching the glass wall that separates our worlds. The window works not only as a framing device but also to add atmosphere and narrative, left for the viewer to interpret.
Primates especially are able to remind people of the undeniable connection between man and animal, and this feeling evokes a memory of a time when man was part of nature.
— Anne Berry
Propelled by a boyhood love of exploration, this photographer hunts for intricate ice formations in Alaska which connect him even more deeply to the natural world.
An enlightening, wide-ranging interview with NGM editor Kathy Moran—touching upon humanity's visual storytelling DNA, the transformative power of images and the fundamental universality of photography.
Albinos, like photographic material, are light sensitive—this video interview delves into the idea of the "other" by exploring two very different subjects in sensitive yet aesthetically powerful ways.
Made in a psychiatric hospital, on the verge of suicide, these self-portraits offer a piercing window into the gaping maw of depression, anxiety and loneliness.