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How contemporary photographers are tackling HIV

A new photography book, Through Positive Eyes, shows the importance of representing the condition in all its nuances and diversity.
James Greig
1.30.20
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What home means to Tokyo’s youth

Berlin-based photographer Sophie Klock takes us on a journey of self-discovery and friendship in her new book ‘Eight Visits’.
Juule Kay
1.20.20
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No one photographed the 90s like Dana Lixenberg

The legendary photographer's new show 'American Images' features everyone from Tupac to Donald Trump.
Wilbert L. Cooper
1.17.20
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See photos of the long-haired women of Argentina

The series by Irina Werning pays homage to a cultural belief that to cut off your hair is to cut off your thoughts.
Sarah Gooding
12.5.19
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The photographer inviting you into the homes of his favourite artists

The second edition of Justin Chung's 'Faculty Department' features 23 subjects across the world.
Ryan White
11.28.19
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This photo company connects NYC photographers, artists, and skaters through film

How Manual became an integral and inspiring force within the city's creative community.
Zoe Yu Gilligan
11.27.19
Photography

See rare photos of 90s supermodels

Photographer Arthur Elgort's book ‘I Love…’ is a tribute to powerful women including Kate Moss, Christy Turlington, and Naomi Campbell.
Nicole DeMarco
11.20.19
Photography

This photographer lets his famous subjects take intimate self-portraits

Jonathan Anderson, Simone Rocha, Gareth Bale and more turn the camera on themselves. Just don't call them selfies.
Ryan White
11.20.19
Photography

Photographing a queer road trip across the U.S.

Inspired by a radical travelling community of lesbians from the 70s, photographer Devyn Galindo and girlfriend Hope Steinman-Iacullo set out on their own trip.
Ryan White
11.19.19
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lou escobar captures dreamy motel scenes

The Parisian photographer is inspired by lonely drives and late-night dining across the US and France.
Laura Pitcher
3.7.19
Photography

this photobook challenges how the fashion industry creates and consumes images

View, like, scroll, forget isn’t the experience New York-based stylist Alex Robertson-Dunlop has created with 'Seven.'
Steve Salter
1.2.19
Photography

how do you photograph love and loneliness?

Photographer Sam Hellmann explains the story behind her new project, a photo zine born out of a single image that seemed to articulate a very particular feeling.
Ryan White
12.20.18
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