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Peter van Agtmael explores the subtle nature of American power and violence
The Magnum photographer releases his follow up to Disco Night Sept 11.
Ken Gonzales-Day on his Long-Term Exploration of Racial Violence in America
"The legacy of racialized violence continues to impact us all"
Photographs that Celebrate the Diversity of the American People
WE: AMEricans is currently on view at Station Independent Projects
Interview: Mossless Magazine Goes Big with ‘The United States’
Mossless Magazine has come a long way since Romke Hoogwaerts started the project in 2009 as a Tumblr blog. Originally … Continued
U.S.A. Landscape Photographer Awards Names 2014 Winners
Iconic waterfalls, majestic mountains and manmade wonders
Stories From America’s Game
The Durham Bulls are currently the the AAA affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays. But unlike almost any other minor … Continued
On the Wall: A Reprise For Walker Evans at MoMA
In 1938, New York’s Museum of Modern Art hung its first ever solo show devoted to a photographer. It was … Continued
Hitting The Road, Again
Earlier in the week, when I introduced a young Japanese photographer named Go Itami, I thought about his work in … Continued
Missy Prince, How You Living?
Over the past few years, Missy Prince’s name has appeared in a few different places; LPV Magazine, among other sites, … Continued
On the Wall: Street Photography in Los Angeles
2013 has certainly been a big year for street photography, especially in the state of California. While the most notable … Continued