9 photo stories that challenge your worldview


After the terrible shooting in Atlanta and the growing calls to protect Asian Americans from violence, many people asked Americans to take a serious look at themselves and the country’s violent history.We watched the violent protests and rallies by Asian Americans who had been warning of violence for months, F-Stop magazine reviewed Gabriele Galimberti 2020 book Americans. Nick Meyer In his book, he looks at the destruction of addiction, housing insecurity, and the decline of American small towns local. One year after the pandemic, we asked the photographers who were mothers to find out what they learned and how to respond.

Ten years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Sam Clark Wrote an in-depth photography project that highlights the photographic work of people who live in the area, rather than professional photographers.Call it romance or idealism, but Ondrej Čechvala Leaving home to live on an ancient farm in northern Slovakia. The National Museum of History in London inspected female wildlife photographers, Erica Genes A stylized dancer who looks like a sculpture in her image.

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