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Associated Press photographer Rodrigo Abd examines Peru’s shifting realities in the wake of the covid-19 pandemic.

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LOVING - A Photographic History of Men in Love 1850s-1950s is a collection of historical images of men in love. Traveling Europe, Canada and the U.S., Hugh Nini and Neal Treadwell gathered 2,800 images originating from all over the world and that spanned the Civil War, World War II and through the 1950s. The images give us a glimpse into the love that persisted despite he societal norms at the time they were taken.

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Photographer Alycia Kravitz spent a year making self-portraits to commemorate the end of her 20s.


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In the spring, six photographers started documenting the lives of children affected by school closures in a project for Quinto Elemento Lab, an independent journalism organization in Mexico City.

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Photographer and writer Neil Kramer shows us how he, his mother and his ex-wife dealt with quarantine in New York.

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Stuart W. Palley photographs what was lost in the Walbridge Fire in California.

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Photographer Cornell Watson lifts up the stories of men and women marked by having to push through the circumstances thrust on them by centuries of racism.

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Photographer Roland Reinstadler followed two priests as they tended to the faithful in mountain villages, where faith remains strong even in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Alberto di Lenardo’s new book, “An Attic Full of Trains,” is a summary of his archive of 8,000 photos. It is a treasure trove that provides a look at his inner life and daydreams.

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A circus has been grounded for almost six months. The pandemic has turned its busy season into a test of patience.

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Photographer Brad Walls photographs swimming pools, capturing their beauty from a bird’s-eye view.

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In February of 1976, photographer Wendy Ewald moved to Kentucky where she eventually began teaching the children in the area to make photographs, resulting in the book ‘Portraits and Dreams: Photographs and Stories by Children of the Appalachians.’ Now considered to be a masterpiece, the book brings the inner lives of those children to life.

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A new book celebrates 30 years of Alexia grants that support photographers worldwide working to effect change through their photos.

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Israeli photographer Daniel Rolider spent time in rural Israel with people searching for solace amid the chaos and anxiety of a global pandemic.

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Ben Marcin photographs the disappearance of a unique piece of Baltimore history.

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Photographer Emily Jayne Alexander found personal items left behind in a school closed down by the pandemic

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In West Baltimore, bordered by the battered row houses and glass-filled alleys made familiar by news reports, sits a small square you wouldn’t know was there — a green haven, decorated with bright murals and mandalas.

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Using only the items available in her home while under quarantine, Djeneba Aduayom’s self-portraiture is captivating and inventive as it reflects on her experiences of 2020.

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Associated Press photographer Rodrigo Abd documents one man's quest to comfort Peruvians who have lost loved ones to the coronavirus.

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Photographer Timothy Floyd’s project “Minidoka, Fabric of the Land” takes us on an introspective and interpretive journey to a place that is a regrettable part of U.S. history.

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