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Photographer Benedicte Kurzen edits the work of her colleague, Alixandra Fazzina.
When we experience art, we feel connected to something larger. Why? A new field of science has the answers to some of art’s enduring mysteries.
The answer may lie with Alexander Zverev.
Photographer Jack Spencer traversed the country for over a decade, capturing darkness and beauty.
For years, photographer Laura Liverani documented the long-oppressed, little-known Ainu culture.
NOOR photographer Alixandra Fazzina edits the work of her colleague Benedicte Kurzen, who was based in the country for six years.
This photographer spent one month trying to understand the Aghor religion.
Nearly one year ago, 49 people were murdered in what became the deadliest mass shooting in American history. Photographer Cassi Alexandra used her camera to capture the faces of families, friends and community members as they heal.
Photographer David Maurice Smith offers a nuanced view of Attawapiskat, Canada. The town in northern Ontario has in recent years been plagued by a suicide epidemic and a housing crisis.
Eighty-five percent of all drugs have disappeared from Venezuela.