This year's Leica Women Foto Project highlights girls defying cultural taboos and learning to swim in Zanzibar and a young Native American runner who triumphed despite a coach's lack of faith.
Photographer Geloy Concepcion asked his Instagram followers to share "things you wanted to say but never did." Thousands of responses came in, touching on themes of love, fear, loneliness and grief.
Zoë Roth was just 4 when her dad took a picture of her standing in front a burning house. That photo launched uncounted memes, and now the original copy has sold at auction as a nonfungible token.
Around the country, people celebrated after a former Minneapolis police officer was convicted in the murder of George Floyd.
Belugas play, a sperm whale nurses, and orcas teach their pups to hunt in a series of photographs from National Geographic photographer and explorer Brian Skerry.
The House of Yes performance venue in Brooklyn is closed for now, but the artists that were active in it are busier than ever, finding themselves and making art that speaks to the times we live in.
They're majestic. They're neglected. And now they're slowly being fixed up. Conservationists are preserving them — and officials hope the fountains will supply free water for the city's impoverished.
Photographer Rahim Fortune visited the Bronner Bros. International Beauty Show in Atlanta in February 2020. He says he found a "sense of Black entrepreneurship in the space."
Here is a look inside the lives of Iranians from different walks of life — including a fitness trainer, butcher and carpet seller — and how they're coping with an economy battered by U.S. sanctions.
Photographer Karen Marshall started documenting a group of high school friends in 1985. She discovered that the bonding she captured is cyclical, ultimately reflected to her by her own teenager.
Photographer Al J Thompson came of age in a community of Caribbean immigrants in Spring Valley, N.Y. His new book Remnants of an Exodus documents his return to a changed community.
Jeff Sedlik's Miles Davis portrait shows up all over the Internet, rarely with his permission, and there's not much he can do to protect himself. Enter the CASE Act, which sounds dull ... but isn't.
The Black Shutter Podcast serves as a platform for Black photographers to share their stories, struggles and achievements.
As the 10-year anniversary of the war approaches, a new book from the photojournalist Bassam Khabieh shares moments of normalcy and resilience against a backdrop of violence, displacement and fear.
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared a global pandemic. We interviewed 9 health workers around the world to learn what's surprised them most — and how they've managed to cope.