Follow the modern day gold rush of Lithium. A game-changer in the electric transport industry, this in-demand element may play a huge role in saving our planet, but not without its own grave consequences.
An intimate project between two friends, “Broken Sea” uses photography as a means to overcome now-closed political borders, producing a deeply personal reverie, bringing past and present together in every frame.
Practically everyone loves to look at photo portraits, especially in museums. Deborah Klochko, Executive Director and Chief Curator at San Diego’s Museum of Photographic Arts, offers her insights and perspective.
A striking portrait is composed of many ingredients. Director of Photography at M magazine, Lucy Conticello, reflects on the role of the photo editor and shares her words of wisdom on creating the conditions for a successful shoot.
Shot in placeless, deserted landscapes, these images examine the timeless relationship between body and home in contemporary Iranian society as well as for the swelling number of refugees around the world.
In this make-shift quasi-legal settlement on the fringes of Bogota, 270 families can be seen as a microcosm of the country’s complicated story: victims of Colombia’s armed conflict, ex-guerrilla members, single mothers, indigenous and afro communities an
By recreating the scenes and poses of her late mother in old family photographs — wearing the same clothes her mother wore — this photographer highlights the importance of shared “her-story” and maternal legacy.