Photographer Wouter VanHees reveals a rapidly changing Hanoi through a series of surreal night scapes.
The “Butteri” are the traditional horsemen and cattle breeders of Maremma, the region that spans from northern Lazio into southern Tuscany. To preserve the history and traditions of the Butteri, the Tuscany regional government has taken drastic measures -- offering a vocational training course to men, and for the first time, women.
Photographer James Whitlow Delano travelled to the Peruvian Andes to dccument a community centered around the pursuit of gold.
Photographer Jeff Mermelstein spent four years documenting the early days of the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
In Good Morning, America, Mark Power offers a wake-up call to a country that has grown more divided
Environmental photographer Ralph Pace documents the world of marine science to spread conservation awareness and tell stories of the ocean.
Photographer Wolf Silveri explores the idea that the oceans will find a way to integrate human-produced waste into their habitat.
Central African Republic has one of the worst maternal mortality rates in the world. Nicole Tung photographed what that means for the country's women.
Photographer David Arribas documents the treatment of Spanish greyhounds used to compete during wild hare hunting season.
James Lattanzio set out to show student athletes in way that revealed their character.
Photographer and researcher Anna Filipova traveled to Qaanaq, Greenland, to see how it is holding up to the effects of climate change.
Photographer and writer Sarah Stacke delves into the archive of Hugh Mangum, an uncanny portraitist working at the turn of the 20th century.
While other photographers might see only destruction, starvation and death, Amira Al-Sharif looks for the beauty of Yemen.
Khal Bibi is a 23-year-old widow. Her husband and one of her three children were killed in an airstrike during clashes between government forces and the Taliban. She is among the 550,000 internally displaced people who have been forced to flee their villages.
Felipe Jácome used Venezuela's floundering currency to tell the story of migrants.
A new book explores behind the scenes of Sergio Leone's legendary movie "Once Upon a Time in the West."
Photographer Maria Contreras Coll visited Nepal to photograph a centuries-old tradition upheld by both Buddhists and Hindus.
For six years, photographer Joshua Dudley Greer drove across the United States, using its enormous network of superhighways as a way of coming to grips with its psyche.
Ira Wagner discovered parts of Philadelphia on his work commute and became fascinated by the separated backyards.
The World Health Organization says that air pollution is the biggest societal health risk in recent times. More than seven million people a year die due to the consequences of it. In 2018, the WHO published a list of the ten most polluted cities in the world. India had nine of those cities. Photographer Lasse Bak Mejlvang explored the polluted environs of that city.
Photographer Mario De Fina traveled to a small town in Argentina where gauchos from across the country come together to perform the malambo, a traditional dance that involves the sustained tapping of feet.
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