Photographer Joao Pina is traveling around South America, gathering portraits and testaments about a dark chapter in history.
100 Words: Photographers Speak
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Giovanni Cocco has a sister named Monia, who has been disabled since birth. He says photographing her is a way to understand her.
Photographer Hajime Kimura says he hopes to bring awareness "to the life and use of horses in Japan."
A young photographer documents Mongolia, portraying a changing economic and cultural landscape.
Above Russia's Arctic Circle are cities that were built on the coal industry, and are fading in its wake.
A photo essay explores how young girls face questions about identity in a country that's redefining itself.
Photographer Roberto Guerra shares a few words on his project documenting the construction of an expansive new highway.
By moving your perspective slightly, you might find a whole new story.
A New England photographer reflects on his documentary about the local farming community.
It is estimated that 1 in 3 of Clarkston's residents is an immigrant, and more than 60 languages are now spoken in this small Southern town.
A photographer and a writer pair up on a project about prostitution and the marginalization of women.
Street photographer Robert Herman discusses his view of 1980s New York City, where the "clash of cultures created a cacophony of voices."
Photographer Ellen Rennard dreamt of being a jockey. That didn't work out, but she still has a soft spot for the sport.
Can you trace your family back 100 years? Lori Grinker explores her family's diaspora through photos.