Access to clean drinking water can prove the difference between life and death. As these documentary portraits show, we are all together on this planet—yet by mere chance, some have so much more than Photographs
Intimate and respectful portraits telling the story of the thousands of Palestinian prisoners—but as seen through the eyes of their wives and mothers, who are patiently waiting for their return. Photographs
An intimate portrait of one man’s struggle with a chronic illness—an illness which has rendered his house a comforting, if isolating, refuge from the confusion and turmoil of an ever-changing world. Photographs
Peaches and sCream I am in a quandary I have two thoughts about my statement: #1. Fearnside’s work stalks the edge of the familiar whilst zeroing in on disturbing half grasped terror hidden in the far
“Sometimes a good portrait feels like a slap in the face and keeps you awake.” Some of the world’s greatest photographers—Frank, Avedon, Mann and more—captured in a series of intimate, authentic frames.
A larger-than-life book of less-than-glamorous street portraits proves to be challenging. How would you describe these portraits by Gilden? Are these mean-spirited, or simply just real? Portraits by Bruce
Now open in Amsterdam! An inspiring, disturbing, beautiful and eye-opening look at the world around us. From the refugee crisis across Europe to the earthquake in Nepal, and so many stories in between,
Project info ‘Beautiful Boy’ is an ongoing series of photographs of my lover. It began as a confession between friends. On the subway one evening, my friend shared that he had worn women’s clothing almost
With immense precision and loving attention, David Shannon-Lier creates marks on the earth that meet with the heavenly bodies—the results are stunning, land art-style photographs that allow us to ponder
“I really love Nepal and its people—which meant that I worked with my heart.” A dedicated, veteran photojournalist offers his insights on how to make photo-essays that tell stories that matter. Interview
“People don’t guess that a modern-day Auschwitz is nearby.” A deep and touching photoessay documenting the countless individuals affected by the huge tuberculosis crisis currently plaguing Eastern Ukraine.
“Where is the border between one person and another? What really defines closeness?” These delicately constructed images—portraying feelings suspended in time—draw us into the intimacy of all kinds of
Nude portraits and photography inspired by Rembrandt and the Dutch light — an ongoing exhibition at the Rembrandt House museum in Amsterdam. Photographs and text by Carla Van De Puttelaar I cherish a love
“My project aims to give a voice to the many families who are still waiting to bury their loved ones with dignity.” A sensitive and respectful work documenting the aftermaths of the ethnic cleansing of
If you were to make a portrait of someone close to you that would represent everything they mean to you — the good, the bad, all the moments lived together — how would you do it? These fascinating pictures
Project info Photographic series "Sparks” is the attempt to show people who are facing the war and are entangled in war machine. For one year I had been meeting young soldiers which are fighting in Ukraine.
The Senegalese photographer talks to i-D about reclaiming black history, Malick Sidibé, and his love for textiles. Born in Dakar in 1980, Omar Victor Diop went to business school in Paris before moving
Project info Over the past few years I have had the opportunity of working with a certain number of circus companies and structures. These photographic accompaniments; somewhere between commissions and
To die of hunger right away or to stave off death, slowly, by working in the crude oil refineries that have sprung up on the lawless frontiers of northeastern Syria? A horrible question but one that is
Project info “The surreal wilderness of the night has always fascinated me. The riverside I walked through completely transformed at night and I encountered characters and situations that would never in
Project info The Mari people are the last representatives of paganism in Europe. Religion is the cornerstone on which to build a culture and "way of thinking" Mari. The main and inviolable rule is the
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