For Jane Evelyn Atwood, who has photographed sex workers and prisoners, it’s all about the balance between intuition and occasion.
Mahmoud Khaled considers the legacy of the “Cairo 52,” the men who were arrested in 2001 at a gay-friendly nightclub.
Hashem Shakeri’s pastel-hued, otherworldly photographs depict a landscape on the verge of destruction.
In her playful, collaborative photographs, the Chinese photographer upends the meaning of “muse.”
Elliott Jerome Brown Jr.’s photographs capture the private moments hiding in our everyday, public lives.
Throughout his career, photographs and family narratives have been at the center of Thomas Allen Harris’s films.
Twenty years after his first visit to New Zealand, photographer Martin Toft makes a photobook about—and for—the Māori.
A British photographer’s fashion-forward family pictures.
What can the doll community tell us about relationships today?