Dannielle Bowman hijacks the traditional language of black-and-white photography to inject new meaning into the search for home.
Photographing in Monterey Park, Jessica Chou evaluates how immigrant communities fit into today’s suburban landscape.
Daniel Jack Lyons explores environmental peril and Indigenous youth culture in the Amazon.
In haunting black-and-white photographs, Lindley Warren Mickunas investigates the complexities of the maternal bond.
Mixing archival images with contemporary snapshots, Gloria Oyarzabal examines the effects of colonialism and the follies of white feminism in West Africa.
From over 900 submissions, meet our five shortlisted artists.
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