In two recent films, Kahlil Joseph and Arthur Jafa consider the poetics of African American life.
In photographs and a new film, RaMell Ross offers a poetic vision of Southern life.
The acclaimed director reveals the photographs that inspired her films.
Rediscovering the surrealist artist’s “Unconcerned Photographs.”
What does it mean to confront the history of racial violence in the United States? Bryan Stevenson and Sarah Lewis discuss images, power, and justice.
Ear Hustle podcast creator Nigel Poor uncovers a trove of photographs at California’s most infamous prison.
When a folklorist set out to document life in American prisons, he found the enduring segregation of the Old South.
In a society with strict definitions of manhood, how are photographers portraying Iranian masculinity?
How do photographs tell the story of citizenship in the United States?