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An exhibition to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the destruction of The Garden of Eden, an earthwork created by Adam Purple in NYC.
An out gay man and ex-evangelist confronts his 'Jesus Days' past with color pictures and text in this one-of-a-kind/fold-out art Zine.
A composition of over 550 photographs from The United States taken by over 100 photographers in the last ten years.
Mediating the streets of Vienna, Austria through the eye of the large format camera to effectively capture its elegance.
A photography project shot over the abandoned Nuclear Plant in Hartsville, Tennessee.
Volcanoes remind us of life’s impermanence. I will explore this in Nicaragua, take photographs, and share the journey with you.
A Digital Photography & Audio Book about Child Gangs Struggling to Survive the Streets of Brazil by an Award-winning Photojournalist.
On Philly Photo Day we invite everyone in Philadelphia to take a picture. That's a heck of a lot of pictures to print. Can you help?
a multimedia photography book that combines life stories with visuals to illustrate the lives of voyagers along the Silk Road!
"By the Olive Trees" is a 64-page color newsprint publication consisting of stories from those affected by the Syrian civil war.
The Local uses photographs and interviews to reach across cultural boundaries and build relationships.
Two fistful of images that defined SoCal's glam, punk, roots scene, Scarpati's work is unrelentingly torn from the streets, bars and alleys.
A photography project documenting the Detroit rollerblading scene.
Disposable Photo is an art project that will leave cameras in public places for anyone to take a picture, and will be uploaded online for viewing.
ON_MY_WAY was born four years ago on a airplane. Was born due a sentece I found on a magazine and now is about to become an exhibition in NYC.
I am sailing down the Pacific Coast, cameras in hand, to explore & photograph the sea and land wildlife of the secluded Sea of Cortez.
Art as a means of social change. Stunning platinum and palladium prints ennobling NYC's fastest growing homeless population.
40/40: Forty Years, Forty Portraits is a published "studio tour" with Guy Mendes complete with 40 portraits taken over the past 40 years.
Dust & Grooves is a photo and interview project documenting vinyl collectors in their most intimate environment: their record room.
Two photographers will ride bicycles 30,000 miles, through 50+ countries to document the geography of youth.