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.
Astrophotographers Andrew McCarthy and Connor Matherne shot over 200,000 photos of the moon over the course of a single evening to create one incredible image.
Robert Adams' obsession with the decay and beauty of the American landscape is on display at the National Gallery's exhibition "American Silence: The Photographs of Robert Adams."
In the summer, from dusk until the moon rises, photographer Pete Mauney finds his photos' subjects along quiet stretches of highway, in hidden pockets of woods and under power lines.
Dubbed the "train of hope," the Phelophepa has brought health care to millions of South Africans. But it's facing an unprecedented spree of theft and vandalism on the country's railways.
Here are photos from the scene when Japan's former leader, Shinzo Abe, was assassinated while giving a campaign speech.
Pakistani Filmmaker Wajahat Malik pulled together an expedition to raft down the 2,000-mile river. He hopes to reconnect people with the Indus, which is being threatened by overuse and climate change.
Photographer David Liittschwager spent 12 years photographing these underwater creatures at more than 28 locations around the globe with his 500-pound studio.
Vladyslav Krasnoshchok describes himself as a "geopolitical surrealist" painter. Since Russia's invasion of Ukraine began, he's been photographing the war with a vintage Olympus 35 mm camera.
Sidelined by the pandemic, the Dakar Biennale is back. The theme of this year's festival is "Ĩ Ndaffa" — meaning "out of the fire," as artists forge bold visions of the world.