In this realm of scientific curiosity (and many other topics of obsession), photography has a intriguing relationship with the invisible, allowing us to see worlds that we cannot see with our naked eyes.
Here are Dennis Stock's best images of American life in the time of Woodstock, from stage invasions to Planet of the Apes fanatics, Louis Armstrong gearing up for a gig and an unknown James Dean in Times
Project info It's a project made on film. They are double exposure, two or more shots, where previsualization and research in the street have a key part. Constantly around the city looking for "connections"
Antarctica: an icon of international cooperation, an increasingly alarming climate archive, ground zero of our future — the telling story is in the cracks. Photographs and text by Jean De Pomereu Concealed