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By Corinne Segal
Growing up in Hong Kong, where he is still based, Andy Yeung saw geometric repetition and patterns of light hidden in the sky-high structures of the city.
Jeanne Selander had never worked in a jail before she came to save the zoo at the Stock Island Detention Center in Key West.
Photographer Josef Schulz's series on abandoned border checkpoints has taken on a renewed importance, as one of the largest migrations in European history has brought new discussion about the continent's borders.
Senegal-based photographer Vincent Tremeau asked children in four African countries: "What do you want to be when you grow up?"…
By Sara B. May
Months after Ebola forced the people of Sierra Leone into protracted isolation, communities are rediscovering the importance of school and other public spaces.
By Kai Caemmerer
Some of China's newly constructed urban areas, not yet fully populated, have earned the name "ghost cities."…
By Alexandra Sarabia
Rana Abdelhamid, a Queens native and Harvard Kennedy School graduate student, started Hijabis of New York, a photo and interview project featuring Muslim women who wear a hijab.
By Reginald Van de Velde
I went to Japan for the sole purpose of exploring the effects of time on its abandoned structures.
By Joe Quint
The diversity of the people who are affected by gun violence is broader than we think, says photographer Joe Quint.
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