InterviewPlain Ordinary Working PeopleCompelled by his interest in the legacy of one of the USA’s largest corporations, this photographer set out on a road trip to unearth the connections between a small town, a file of lost negatives, and Wal-Mart.Read More
Plain Ordinary Working People
Compelled by his interest in the legacy of one of the USA’s largest corporations, this photographer set out on a road trip to unearth the connections between a small town, a file of lost negatives, and Wal-Mart.
Lay Her Down Upon Her Back
By combining drawing, collaging and collecting with her own contemporary photography, Róisín White creates an expansive map of the history of silencing women in medical settings.
The Best of Mr. Chao: A Futurologist Collection
Between nature and technology, the old and the new, and human beings and non-human beings, Guilherme Gerais’ imaginary collection of objects proposes a different, DIY vision of the future—a world...
Step back into a different New York—before the capitalistic white-washing and the family-friendly gentrifying. A New York at the zenith of its mania; a New York that no longer exists…
Photography As An Expression of Indulgence
Merging cinematic portraits with achingly-honest subtitle text, Sarah Bahbah’s photography explores emotive narratives of love, sex, and relationships from a woman’s perspective.
There’s Power in Photography: The Undying Resilience of Dhaka’s Chobi Mela Festival
Photojournalist and activist Shahidul Alam speaks out about the effects of his detainment on Dhaka’s Chobi Mela Festival, and how the event still plans to persevere for years to come.
Known by Sight (Only)
In Brazil’s densely populated Porto Alegre, urban dwellers know the intimate details of the neighbors they see every day from their windows, but they rarely meet, or know each other’s names.