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100 Years Ago In Photos: A Look Back At 1919

100 Years Ago In Photos: A Look Back At 1919

History, Photos

A century ago, the Treaty of Versailles was signed, as much of the world was still recovering from the devastation of World War I. Rebuilding was just beginning, refugees were returning home, orphans were being cared for, and a global influenza outbreak was being battled.

Rhys Frampton Captures Two Unique Communities In America

Rhys Frampton Captures Two Unique Communities In America

Photos, World

His first commission documented the Compton Cowboys, a group of people who created a ranch in a notoriously violent part of Los Angeles. His latest Wrangler commission was in Marfa, Texas, where he was tasked with capturing the Wall of Death group – America’s original extreme motorcycle show.

Tony Menias

Inspiration
Tony Menias
Post-War East Harlem Photographed By Leo Goldstein

Post-War East Harlem Photographed By Leo Goldstein

History, Photos

Leo Goldstein began capturing East Harlem in 1949 after he’d joined the New York Photo League, a photo club that originated around the beginning of the Great Depression. Having remained largely unseen for the last 70 years, his photographs are now the focus of a new book, East Harlem: The Postwar Years.

Haunting Photos Of An Abandoned Italian Madhouse

Haunting Photos Of An Abandoned Italian Madhouse

Health, Photos

When German-born photographer Andy Schwetz visited the Manicomio di Racconigi, an abandoned insane asylum in Italy, he was struck by the horror of the procedures performed there, from electroshock therapy to experimental operations.

Smartphone Society

Smartphone Society

Photos, Tech

In a world where the smartphone is now ubiquitous, photographers capture daily life in which the personal device is part of the moment. Whether it is used for communication, navigation, a flashlight, a wallet, or to take photos, it’s an essential part of life for many.

Days of Night/Nights of Day

Days of Night/Nights of Day

Photos, World

Daily life, work and play, in the northernmost city in the world, Norilsk, Russia (also the 7th most polluted city in the world) — a fascinating, detailed photo report with 45 exquisite images by Elena Chernyshova.

Stephen Shore’s Unorthodox Photography Teaches Us To Celebrate The Everyday

Stephen Shore’s Unorthodox Photography Teaches Us To Celebrate The Everyday

Art, Photos

Though color film had already been used for decades, it was considered crass by the heavyweights of black-and-white photography and was most often used in advertising or by amateurs. Shore is often included in the cohort of artists that brought about the rise of color in the 70s, but not given credit for his prescience.

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