Photographer Wing Young Huie created a huge portrait exhibit on the outside walls of the History Theatre in St. Paul, Minnesota. He grappled not just with his subjects’ family histories, but his own, too.
Thousands of photos have graced the pages of National Graphic in its 125 years of history. As it celebrates its anniversary, the magazine is looking back at its archives, at its iconic photos — and even the 529 photos of nude or partially nude women it has displayed.
NASA's researchers are frequently taking pictures that are hard to believe — or that look familiar, but turn out to be not at all what we expected. This picture comes from a place not too distant, at least for NASA.
AP photojournalist David Guttenfelder has been covering the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan and documenting the disaster via his Instagram feed. Some of his images, particularly of a newborn baby being kept alive by her parents hand-pumping oxygen into her lungs, are haunting.
The Taliban government in Afghanistan brought with it many restrictions, including a ban on taking photographs. That changed with the US invasion in 2001. A new documentary follows four Afghan photojournalists and their hopes and fears as the US prepares to leave the country.
In Moscow, Russians are crowding a new exhibit of photos from New Orleans, some taken by professionals, and many more snapped by regular residents and shared on social media. PRI's The World Host Marco Werman talks with the curator on why this exhibit, at this time.
Vladimir Antaki has wandered through nine cities so far, from New York to Vienna to Beirut. His goal is to get lost and find treasures. In his photo series, "The Guardians", he captures the shopkeepers that he calls "the guardians of urban temples."
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