My second choice for this week, Sasha Bezzubov's Things Fall Apart, is pretty much the opposite of celebrity. This muted, expansive series cleverly combines images from different natural disasters: tsunami, hurricane, earthquake, wildfire, tornado. Bezzubov's pictures are of sad aftermaths, for sure, but there is something removed about them, avoiding exploitation and "look how sad" portrayals. Instead, they seem to prompt us to recognize how things are put together, and how they come apart (suggested by the title) in similar ways, familiar to us all, no matter where we are when it all comes undone. There is definitely a sense of our own fragile attempts to fight off mother nature, too—and our ultimate, inevitable failure to do so.