WATCH: Teen Photographers Capture Generations of Maya Women and Girls
A new short documentary profiles six Guatemelan teen photographers who are tackling representation, racism and classism through their project Maya Womxn of LA.
New Exhibit Features Never-Before-Seen Photos of 19th Century Free Blacks
Harvard University’s “Black Chronicles II” features 100-plus life-sized prints that show the everyday lives of black Brits during the Victorian era.
VIDEO: 'Outlaw Instagrammer' Humza Deas Shows NYC Like You Haven't Seen It Before
Check out this mini-doc featuring NYC’s most exciting daredevil street photographer.
MCNY Unveils 'Hip-Hop Revolution' Photo Exhibition
Three photographers share classic moments in hip-hop culture seen through their lenses.
One Photo Prompts Much-Needed Conversation About Latino Identity
Photographer Edgar Núñez captures a shot that captures the diversity of the Latino community.
Artist Kevin Truong Creates 'Visual Catalogue' of Gay Men Across the World
Kevin Truong has photographed 373 men for The Gay Men Project.
What Did Prince Look Like in 1977?
The general public can view a set of rarely seen photographs later this month in Los Angeles.
Touching Photographs From an Asian Artist Reconciling Displacement
Pimprae Hiranprueck inserts herself into family photographs and landscapes of her home country in her ‘Intersecting the Parallels’ project.
Photo Series Explores Multiracial America
The 125th anniversary issue of National Geographic magazine features striking photographs that document the shifting racial landscape of the U.S.
Let These Adorable Kids Inspire You to Celebrate Black History Every Month
Eunique Jones’s Black History Month photo series will make you smile.
Oprah Gives Photographer Terry Richardson The Thumbs Up
The infamous photographer Terry Richardson snapped pictures of Oprah Winfrey for the November issue of “Harper’s Bazaar.”
There's a Story Behind the Little Boy Who Had a Special Oval Office Moment
In May 2009, 5-year-old Jacob Philadelphia was visiting the White House with his father, a former Marine who was leaving his 2-year stint working for the National Security Council as part of the White House staff.
Proposed Book Project 'My White Friends' Explores Photography's Description of Race
Photographer Myra Greene has been exploring photography’s description of race and the challenges of describing whiteness by photographing her white friends for the past 10-years.
Adorable Kid Photos by Creative Dad
Photographer Jason Lee captures his daughters in the most brillant photos.