InterviewThe Final Days of Georgian NomadsIn her delicate study of everyday life in the region of mountainous Adjara, located in Western Georgia, Natela Grigalashvili documents a way of life and rich culture at risk of disappearing.Read More
The Final Days of Georgian Nomads
In her delicate study of everyday life in the region of mountainous Adjara, located in Western Georgia, Natela Grigalashvili documents a way of life and rich culture at risk of disappearing.
Making a Mess
Rebelling against the conservative conventions of schooling in Poland, Karolina Wojtas has given a carte blanche to her inner child, resulting in an explosion of mess, materials and experimentation.
A Life’s Work
In his long term exploration of masculinity, Bharat Sikka intertwines the personal and the collective by continually finding new ways to investigate and represent his homeland, India.
Bluid and Sweat
In her meticulously-staged portraits, Stacey Tyrell explores race and identity, drawing on her own family’s histories of immigration to probe overarching structures of colonialism, white supremacy...
Does the Photograph Connote Power?
“Photography is a form of global expression—IMA aims to reveal the meaning, context and story behind a work in order to convey its essence.” An interview with Mutsuko Ota, the Editorial Director of...
Cry Sadness into the Coming Rain
After four decades of living abroad, Margaret Courtney-Clarke returned home to Namibia, prompting a sprawling photographic investigation into a radically altered landscape and the lives of those...
Where Blue Birds Fly
Homayra Adiba captures the hushed, ephemeral moments of everyday life that unfold across the rooftops of Bangladesh’s city of Dhaka.