An epic journey along the Danube River by nine female documentary photographers retracing the footsteps of an industry pioneer.
An epic journey along the Danube River by nine female documentary photographers retracing the footsteps of Magnum photographer, Inge Morath.
I will photograph in Cambodian communities across the U.S. Northeast, generating intergenerational dialogue around unspoken memories.
Pete Pin will photograph in Cambodian communities of Philadelphia and Lowell, generating intergenerational dialogue around unspoken memories.
Envisioning positive change and mobilizing Chicago's South Side community through large-scale public photography instillations.
SEE POTENTIAL is a collaborative project that addresses the absence of affordable, healthy foods on Chicago's South Side. Photographer Emily Schiffer will partner with Orrin Williams to create public installations that will mobilize the South Side community.
Photography project seeks to bring greater visibility to the Rohingya people and the challenges they face to gain basic human rights.
For three years, Saiful Huq Omi has photographed exiled Rohingya, a Muslim ethnic group from Burma, in Bangladesh and England. Help Omi continue his project in Malaysia to bring greater visibility to the Rohingya and the challenges they face to gain the most basic human rights.
Photographer Bruce Gilden tells the stories of some of the millions of Americans who, caught in the great recession, lost their homes.
Since the housing market crashed in 2008, millions of Americans caught up in the subprime mortgage crisis have lost their homes. Photographer Bruce Gilden is documenting the hardest hit communities and giving a voice to those Americans caught up in the great recession.
Photography project documenting the coming of age rites of young women amid the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Swaziland.
Krisanne Johnson has been documenting young women coming of age amidst the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Swaziland. She hopes to give them a voice that confronts western stereotypes of Africa and reminds people that they have personal stories and aspirations like youth around the world.
For 30 years, Afghanistan has known only civil war. Renowned photographer Larry Towell takes an in-depth look at the country.
There are now over 1 million heroin addicts in Afghanistan: 10% are women, 60,000 are children. Over the course of four trips, Larry Towell has documented heroin addicts, landmine victims, prisoners, and soldiers to provide an in-depth look at the human consequences of the war.