When photographer Joey L.’s planned trip to shoot the Maha Shivratri festival in India was postponed, he turned his eye to a festival much closer to home—Halloween in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
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When photographer Adrain Chesser tested positive for HIV, he knew that he had to break the news to his family and friends somehow.
A sampling of travel photos from the extensive portfolio of Jessica Antola.
These playful and provocative portraits are part of ‘Kesh Angels, an exhibition by Moroccan-born, UK-based artist Hassan Hajjaj.
Just the Two of Us is a series of portraits by Austrian photographer Klaus Pichler which provide a glimpse at cosplay enthusiasts in the intimacy of their own homes…in full regalia.
As I Am is a haunting and breathtakingly gorgeous meditation on life from the vantage point of a young man in one turbulent neighborhood in South Memphis.
Mike “The Polaroid Kid” Brodie spent 4 years walking, hitching rides and hopping trains all over the U.S., taking photos along the way.
Photographer Richard Mosse reveals the stories behind the making of his latest film, ‘The Enclave’ (2013), shot in the Democratic Republic of Congo using a discontinued 16mm infrared film.
Neil Krug is a cross-disciplinary artist based in Los Angeles whose colorful, washed-out dreamscapes and assorted cast of femme fatales have graced many an album cover in the past few years.
Cairo-based artist Nermine Hammam’s series Upekkha is a colorful commentary on the romantic idealism of the 2011 uprisings in Egypt.
Sailboats and Swans is a series of portraits by Michal Chelbin, depicting inmates housed at Russian and Ukrainian prisons.
ONWARD Compé is an international competition for emerging photographers, produced by Project Basho.