Special Report: Reporting Black America

Celebrating the Everyday Normalcy in Black Life

“But I think that once we start to see the normalcy in everyday life as the thread that connects us all, there will be less of a conversation about why it's important to show the differences in Black life as opposed to why it's important to show that Black people are human beings. ”

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Stuck: Life under quarantine in Rio de Janeiro

I feel stuck, but I want to feel free again.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

New York’s Emptiness

The city that never sleeps is dormant.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

What Temporary Means: Portraits of family at home

These pictures explore and exist in this limbo of time––joyful and memorable, but occasionally lonely and grim.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Philadelphia photographer captures family life during the coronavirus pandemic

Everyone is adapting to new times. And this project marks a pivotal moment in the artist’s own life and career.


Portraits of Sikh Americans show joy, despite pain

Education is the key to resolve their problems.


NY People: Paul Sanchez, New York Photographer

Paul Sanchez, a New York photographer, on how he started his career and why he loves photographing in New York.


Photoville harmonizes people, their phones, and photography

As a free event that is open to the public, the untraditional space liberates the viewers from expectations often associated with museums and brick and mortar galleries.


Photo show in storage containers opens in Brooklyn

The concept of Photoville is unique in the sense that they think outside of the box by taking viewers right back in.


The art of photojournalism honored in NoHo

The Openhouse Gallery in Soho, is showcasing the New York Press Photographers Association’s annual exhibit, The Year in Pictures 2010.