• March 21, 2014   BY  

    The question “what is cool?” remains a topic of debate, a generational point of contention. But for Frank Goodyear and Joel Dinerstein, it’s the question “who is cool?” that takes center stage in the “American Cool” exhibit they curated for the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. Continue reading

  • February 18, 2014  

    What does hunger look like in America? In Colorado, a diverse group of women who receive food assistance benefits are chronicling their personal experiences through photography. The NewsHour’s Mary Jo Brooks takes a closer look at their work, which has been exhibited at coffee shops, libraries and the state capitol. Continue reading

  • February 18, 2014   BY  

    “Hunger Through My Lens” gives digital cameras to food stamp recipients and asks them to chronicle what it’s like to be hungry in America. So far, 15 women –who come from all walks of life– have participated. Over the months, they’ve formed a “sisterhood” of sorts, supporting and encouraging one another. One woman is a former paralegal who suffers from autism. One is a family practice physician. A third woman is HIV-positive and has struggled with chronic homelessness. A fourth just got off government assistance and is now an executive director of a local non-profit organization. Continue reading

  • February 14, 2014   BY  

    A business woman standing in her cluttered office, an infant child chewing on her phone cord. The working mom juggling an iron, a baby and a cell phone in the air. The frazzled pregnant mother, on the phone while children scurry at her feet. These are the cliché stock images of women you’d recognize from browsing through brochures, advertisements and periodicals. Now, these cringe-worthy photos are getting a makeover thanks to a new initiative between Getty Images and Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In Foundation. Continue reading

  • December 9, 2013   BY  

    Bringing home the bacon: A Cambodian couple ride a motorbike loaded with porks along a street in Phnom Penh — Agence France-Presse (@AFP) December 9, 2013

  • December 4, 2013  

    The National Geographic Society’s “Women of Vision” exhibition showcases the work of 11 female photographers and shares the stories behind the captivating images of war, poverty and culture they captured. Jeffrey Brown interviews some of the featured photojournalists about their work. Continue reading

    December 1, 2013  

    A wide-ranging exhibit titled "WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath" pulls moments from 165 years to reveal what happens before, during and after battle. Jeffrey Brown talks to a curator from the Houston Museum of Fine Arts about the challenge of reframing images of world-shattering drama as art. Continue reading

  • November 27, 2013   BY  

    Nigeria sharia police smash 240,000 bottles of beer via @YahooNews — Agence France-Presse (@AFP) November 27, 2013

    November 16, 2013  

    50 years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, we hear from Mary Ann Moorman, an eyewitness at Dealey Plaza who shared her story with documentary filmmaker Alan Govenar. His film is currently on display at an exhibit at the International Center of Photography entitled: “JFK: A Bystanders View of History.” Continue reading

  • November 14, 2013   BY  

    A selection of images from the exhibitions JFK November 22, 1963: A Bystander’s View of History (at the International Center of Photography, 1133 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY, October 4, 2013 –January 19, 2014). Continue reading

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