I have been documenting the small businesses scattered all around the "marginal" neighborhoods of Los Angeles and how they reflect the diversity, culture, energy, creativity and eccentricity of the people who create and work in them.
The fact they are closed on Sundays adds other dimensions of economics and religion and is a mirror to our 24/7 culture of big box stores and shopping malls.
And the light filtering through the old-fashioned burglar bars creates an eerie beauty throwing reflections and shadows on the rainbow of delights just beyond reach — at least on Sundays.
— Mark Indig
Isolated, embargoed and widely misunderstood—this exhibition looks at North Korea from multiple viewpoints, attempting to bring outsiders closer to understanding the complex identity of the "Hermit Kingdom."
These images represent the beginning of a photographic exploration—and love affair—with the New York City social landscape.
From stunning views to dizzying heights, the awesome power of nature reigns supreme in the Northern French Alps.
As one of the only accessible spaces in the cramped home of a 72-year-old hoarder, George’s bathtub has become the place where he: washes the dishes, does his laundry, repairs bikes, has his coffee, reads books or—last but not least—takes a bath.