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Celebrate Japan’s White Day with Joseph Maida

Joseph Maida

March 14 is White Day, a Japanese holiday that exists to counterbalance Valentine’s Day. It’s an example of a phenomenon that photographer Joseph Maida says he sees throughout the country and explores in his latest work on Japan.

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Stefan Bladh
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Young Russia: Stefan Bladh in Kaliningrad

In the summer of 2011, Swedish photographer Stefan Bladh traveled to Kaliningrad, Russia, to photograph the youth of Russia.

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Rachel Hulin
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The Flying Baby

Exhausted and bored on an assignment, photographer Rachel Hulin thought it would be fun to make her baby fly. So her son Henry flew.

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Sarah Sudhoff
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Objects of Sex: ‘Wired’ at the Kinsey Institute

Sarah Sudhoff cataloged many of the devices, both contemporary and vintage, that the Kinsey Institute has used in its sex research.

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Lauren Fleishman
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Love Ever After: A Valentine’s Day Special

Three years ago, Lauren Fleishman began photographing couples who have been married for more than 50 years in an attempt to document romantic histories.

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Rob Hornstra—INSTITUTE
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Summer Songs of the Russian Riviera

Rob Hornstra is one of photography’s pioneers of crowdfunding and self-publishing. His latest book is on the restaurant singers of Russia’s favorite Black Sea resort town of Sochi. The series just won first place for the Arts and Entertainment—Stories category at the World Press Photo awards.

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Zhang Xiao
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A Record of China’s Changing Coastlines

In recent years many contemporary photographers have focused their work on the rapid industrialization taking place in China, but Chinese photographer Zhang Xiao turned his attention to subtler changes in China’s coastal areas.

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Pete Pin—Magnum Foundation
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Displaced: The Cambodian Diaspora

Over the course of the last year, Pete Pin has engaged in a series of conversations about what it means to be Cambodian, while photographing Cambodian-Americans in Philadelphia, Pa.; Lowell, Mass. and the Bronx, N.Y.

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Reed Young
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Brownsville: Inside One of Brooklyn’s Most Dangerous Neighborhoods

Located in east Brooklyn, Brownsville has long been one of New York City’s most dangerous neighborhoods. Photographer Reed Young documents the various community members, from gang members to a UPS driver who has to deliver packages with a police officer because he was held up at gunpoint.

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Lee Jeffries
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Portraits of the Homeless by Lee Jeffries

A self-taught photographer’s self-funded crusade uses social media to disseminate his powerful images and raise awareness and donations for the homeless.

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