"In January 2017, I traveled to Athens and Lesbos to hear the stories and capture the images of people we call refugees." Photography.
"A few years ago, my Pop-Pop began to lose his memory. It started with small lapses that we initially attributed to old age, yet soon he would begin to forget conversations, names of loved ones, and even how to get home. " A photographic journey through a day in the life of Ernest Taylor.
Seventy-five elements—two thirds of the periodic table—go into the making of your smartphone. But where do they come from?
While the fact that there has been an increase in immigration from Latin American countries is widely talked about, the forces that drive them to leave their native countries is not talked about nearly as often.
"Sampling, a key element in hip hop, is subversive. It disrupts the traditional roles of the author and the reader. Sampling is referential at is core, as producers read previously authored musical texts and author new music."
The street art on in this Paris neighborhood "speaks to what it’s like to exist along make-shift margins, with its layers of paper and paint revealing what time and history can cover up."
Using light, silver paper, maybe a negative, and chemicals to create an image, this series of images tests the boundaries of what we consider to be a photograph.
"Created during a time of imminent loss, these silkscreen and aquatint prints explore how relationships—between loved ones and with oneself—both fall apart and are rebuilt when affected by devastating circumstances."
“In a country where iPhones don’t dominate the streetscape (yet?), eyes aren’t drawn to screens but are focused on what’s going on offline." Photographs.
"These buildings weren’t museums or governmental buildings; they were ordinary houses—places ordinary people walk in and out of every day."