In his recently published photobook, "No Justice, No Peace," Devin Allen confronts readers with the reality of how little has changed since the civil rights movement.
Hundreds of thousands of postcards from all over the world have found a home in 92-year-old Donald Brown's personal collection in Myerstown, Pa.
Michael Heizer began work on his massive installation in the Nevada desert more than 50 years ago. One of the largest artworks in the world, it cost $40 million (so far) and is now open to the public.
The eye of the camera told the stories of kangaroo care for human babies, Angola's intrepid female de-miners, Ukrainian refugees who find a warm — and familiar — welcome in Brazil and more.
Compelling photos capture the lives of occupiers who say gentrification and a lack of affordable housing in Cape Town have left them no choice but to reclaim space in a city that's squeezing them out.
Winter has come with hardships from war, but life in Kyiv goes on. Soldiers attend church. Opera performances continue. People go ice skating and shop at holiday markets, using headlamps in the dark.
Jennifer Hadley claimed the top prize for her photo of a 3-month-old lion cub tumbling out of a tree in the Serengeti region of Tanzania.
WAMU Visuals Editor Tyrone Turner pairs images to capture the connection he felt to his birthplace — the coastal regions of southeastern Louisiana — while visiting the western coast of Antarctica.
Heavily criticized 40 years ago for her Vietnam Veterans' Memorial design, the artist-architect-activist prefers to talk about her artistic process rather than her life
Items include signed soloist leadsheets from the charity single “We are the World” that hung in Rogers’ dining room in Sandy Springs, Ga.
Photographer Carell Augustus spoke with NPR about his new book, Black Hollywood: Reimagining Iconic Movie Moments, a project more than a decade in the making.
A destroyed Sanibel Causeway, eroded beaches and piled up boats are just some of the scenes of devastation that were captured.
September is Alopecia Awareness Month — a time to educate people about the condition and to support those who live with it.
The influential American-born photographer, filmmaker, painter and graphic designer died Saturday in his adopted city of Paris.
Eight families fled the war and traveled 5,000 miles to Brazil to live in a town settled by Ukrainians over a century ago. The language and customs — and kindnesses — have eased their transition.