Latest Posts

Nan Goldin, Eden and After, Phaidon
Closeup

Nan Goldin Illuminates the Short-Lived Magic of Childhood

Nan Goldin's latest book Eden and After might feel softer around the edges than her previous projects, but at its core is a sincere and complicated ode to the end of innocence.

Read More
Gareth McConnell
Out There

Radical Freedom: Gareth McConnell, From Belfast to Ibiza

Northern Irish photographer Gareth McConnell's experimental images infuse representations of civil liberties and political unrest with rave culture and mass communication

Read More
TOPSHOTS-PAKISTAN-FRANCE-UNREST-DRONES-ART
Out There

In Pakistan, Giant Portrait Puts Face on Drone Strikes

A group of artists in north-west Pakistan have installed a huge skyward-facing poster of a young child in a field, to help raise awareness of the numerous victims of drone attacks in the region.

Read More
Kadir Van Lohuizen—NOOR
PHOTOJOURNALISMLINKS

PJL: April 2014 (Part 1)

Curated by Mikko Takkunen, a collection of the most interesting photojournalism and documentary from across the web.

Read More
Fifth grade student at the Enrique Villuendas Primary School, Erika Kina, poses in her princess costume in Havana
Closeup

Pictures of the Week: March 28 — April 4

From the shootings at Fort Hood to the Afghan elections, to Queen Elizabeth's visit with Pope Francis and a camera savvy koala bear, TIME presents the best photos of the week.

Read More
IRAQ
The Backstory

In Memoriam: Anja Niedringhaus (1965—2014)

Associated Press photographer Anja Niedringhaus, 48, was killed and an AP correspondent was wounded in Eastern Afghanistan while covering the lead up to Saturday's presidential election.

Read More
Mark Peterson, CPAC
Follow Friday

#LightBoxFF: Mark Peterson on the Power of Social Media and Political Satire

This week on #LightBoxFF: Mark Peterson on using Instagram to turn political theater into photographic cartoons.

Read More
1AFGHANELEX27032014_6696.JPG
Photo Essay

And Women Shall Lead: Lynsey Addario on the New Face of Afghanistan

Lynsey Addario traveled to Afghanistan ahead of upcoming presidential elections, where the first female governor in the country, Habiba Sarabi, is now the first woman running for vice-president.

Read More
Jens Sundheim and Bernhard Reuss
Out There

Watching the Watchers: Eerie, Playful Webcam Portraits by Jens Sundheim

Jens Sundheim has spent 13 years taking these eerie, playful portraits of himself in front of surveillance cameras worldwide

Read More
Victoria Sambunaris
Out There

On the Road: Victoria Sambunaris’ Travels Across the American Landscape

Over the past decade photographer Victoria Sambunaris has crossed the country to document the modern-day monuments of industry that have settled into the contemporary landscape.

Read More
Pages: « Previous 1 2 3 4 5 … 138 139 Next »