In 2007, photographer Myra Green had just finished “Character Recognition,” a collection of images of her face printed through a historical photographic process called ambrotype on black glass. The project sparked a conversation with one of her friends about race.

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…

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Picturing hunger in America

"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,…

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