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Children in South Sudan have made clay dolls & houses to express what they endured during war.
Nathan Lyons on making photos: "Things occur"
My son Jordan, who now wonders if "passing" for white will keep him safe from the police.…
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Truman Capote prepares for his Black and White Ball, 1966. Photo from The New York Times.…
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Celebrating the life of Michel du Cille with his Pulitzer Prize winning work over the years.
An intimate tribute to Michel du Cille, who died on Thursday while on assignment in Liberia.
Inspired by poetic writings, Nathan Lyons combines two images that take on a third meaning.
Group f.64 developed an American photography with sharp, pure images. (Photo: Edward Weston)
Remarkable photos from Edward Weston and others from the famed Group f.64 (Photo: Henry Swift)
“I was literally amazed by the set, by the characters." Vivid photos of Bangladeshi film sets.
To make a narrative with a fictional feel, Sarker Protick turned to Bengali film sets.
Everyday women who keep their guns close by. (Photos: Shelly Calton).
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What drives a woman to acquire an instrument that can kill?
They are prepared to shoot if the need arises. These everyday women keep their guns close by.
When news outlets abandoned Afghanistan, Larry Towell embraced it.
With his new book, Larry Towell aims to bring America's attention back to the Afghan war.
A couple at a workshop for people with disabilities found new jobs — and new love.
Charming photos of everyday life in NYC by Arthur Leipzig who died Friday at 96
We are gingers, hear us roar. Striking portraits of redheads by Marina Rosso.