Photographer Craig Varjabedian is known for his stunning portrait series celebrating the lives and cultures of Native Americans. The Native Light Photo Collaboration project sees Varjabedian working with Indigenous people around New Mexico to create photographs that highlight their spirit. By working together, photographer and model have equal control and, therefore, the images avoid the exploitation that can sometimes occur in this genre of photography.
From 2010 to 2016, author Derrick Barnes could not get any of his book ideas published.
In August 2020, an enormous explosion at Beirut's port rocked the city.
Photography changed the way people see the world, as well as the way history is remembered. In 1839, the first commercially available photographic process—the daguerreotype—was released. The sixth president of the United States, John Quincy Adams, was the first to be photographed using this process. Taken around 1843—after Adams had left office—the portrait is one of 26 black and white photographs depicting presidents who held office before color photography existed.
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Senior citizens seem like unlikely sources of statement-making style; but as Andria Lo and Valerie Luu show in their book...
Every year, thanks to poachers, 30,000 species are driven to extinction. And in Africa alone, 96 elephants a day are killed at the hands of these poachers. But in Zimbabwe, efforts are being made to turn the tide against this illegal activity. Through his International Anti-Poaching Foundation, Australian Iraq war veteran Damien Mander has put together a skilled group of women to lead the charge.
San Francisco-based artist Andres Amador has been drawing large-scale designs on sandy beaches since 2004.
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When artist and author Josie George started knitting her temperature scarf in January, she could not have imagined how this calendar year would unfold. The year 2020 has been unpredictable in many ways—from the emergence of a global pandemic to the social unrest and protests around the world to the wildfires ravaging Australia and then the United States.
Artist Sacha Jafri is looking to make a big change in the world by using his art to raise funds...
For nearly 40 years, Brazilian photographer Cássio Vasconcellos has used his camera to capture his vision of the world.