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By Laura Barrón-López, Henry Brannan, Maea Lenei Buhre
Since childhood, Jess T. Dugan has recognized the power of photography in documenting the world around them. As they grew into their gender identity, they began using photography and portraits to capture not only their own life, but the lives…
By Melissa Williams
We take a look back at some of the images that have defined 2021, and hear from the photojournalists who captured them about the stories behind the scenes.
By Mike Fritz
Photographer Jeff Wall has helped change the perception of his art form. Jeffrey Brown goes to Glenstone Museum outside of Washington to look at the unusual process behind Wall’s large-scale works. This segment is part of our arts and culture…
By Jeffrey Brown, Anne Azzi Davenport
Juneteenth celebrates the emancipation of enslaved Black Americans, and Pride Month celebrates the LGBTQ+ community. But while representation of both communities has grown in mainstream culture, it still lags behind for people who are members of both communities. In documentarian…
By Ivette Feliciano, Zachary Green
By Austin Meyer, Hailey Sadler
Since March 21, Za’atari, the world’s largest Syrian refugee camp, has been under strict lockdown. While the majority of the globe has been under various stages of lockdown as governments attempt to stem the spread of the virus, the enforced…
By Jeffrey Brown, Lena I. Jackson
Today, cameras are almost ubiquitous on mobile phones, and anyone can be a photographer. In this new technological landscape, millions of lenses are focused on the major events of a tumultuous period. For this Race Matters report, Jeffrey Brown looks…
By Joshua Barajas
Jack Mitchell’s photos, which helped promote Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater over decades, offer a window into the way Ailey pushed dance forward.
Portrait photographer Fran Monks' new photo series captures different people in different moments of isolation as the novel coronavirus spreads worldwide. Mainly using Skype, she snaps portraits of people inside their homes, after hearing their stories.
By Christopher Booker, Mori Rothman
You may not know the name Jim Marshall, but you probably know his photographs. His collection of work is a near-complete account of the cultural revolution that took place in the 1960's, from jazz clubs to Woodstock. Now, his long-time…
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