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Three artists confront how COVID-19 has changed their lives and work—and how they see the world.
What does an exhibition about Mexico’s response to the HIV epidemic reveal about the connections between art and public health?
Elliott Erwitt, Zun Lee, Alec Soth, and more on the turning points in their photographs—from global and national events to the most personal moments.
From over 900 submissions, meet our five shortlisted artists.
Beyond the tear gas and the front lines, these Hong Kong photographers have found new ways to represent the city’s political crisis.
In his 1970s photographs from Colorado, Robert Adams finds the beauty and emotion in everyday homes.
Fumi Ishino’s photographs ask what happens when a house becomes unfamiliar.
For more than a decade, Alejandro Cartagena has photographed Mexican suburbs transformed by the rapid construction of new homes.
When should you bring a photographic project to an end?
For the acclaimed architect, photography has always been a central approach to design.
In the postwar years, Ezra Stoller photographed iconic buildings by Frank Lloyd Wright and Mies van der Rohe. But, were his images a reality—or an ideal?