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A young photographer turns his lens toward Sikhs and their turbans, strengthening his own faith in the process.

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A music photographer turns his lens to what was behind him the whole time: the crowd.

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In a country where just a quarter of the population has access to the electrical grid, a photographer documents the life-changing effects of solar panels.

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By documenting the Soviet veterans of WWII, a Ukrainian photographer finds uneasy parallels to the current war in his country.

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After a decade of working in Myanmar, a photographer finds hope in an organization that empowers young women.

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What happened when a photographer asked an entire battalion in Western Sahara to collaborate on a conceptual art project.

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After completing a powerful investigation within his country's police force, a Belgian photographer documents life in its prisons.

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Stuart Freedman photographs India's coffee houses, where lawyers, journalists, city officials and artists once congregated to debate the state of the country.

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An Israeli photographer documents Azerbaijan through the small artifacts and experiences of daily life.

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A portrait of the megacity of Chongqing in southwest China, where millions are witnessing unprecedented urbanization and having to adapt to new worlds.

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Crawling up mountains or lying in deserted plateaus, Kyrgyzstan's ancestral cemeteries reflect the country's complex religious and cultural identities.

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The concept of Shokunin, an artisan deeply and singularly dedicated to his or her craft, is at the core of Japanese culture. But they're a dying breed.

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The French photographer documents Iran's vibrant art world and the creativity triggered by restriction.

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The Australian photographer looks at daily life in a country that the international community is forgetting.

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A photographer documents the lives of a lesbian couple in Putin's Russia, in all its brutal intimacy.

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The Belgian photographer looks at the sex workers' community in Zanzibar by combining academic research and powerful photography.

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The Chicago-born photographer attends conventions throughout the country, uncovering the many worlds hidden below the mainstream level of society.

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The Italian photojournalist visits nine countries of the Middle East to understand what life is like for Christians there.

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Ryann Ford spent the last five years photographing the country's rest stops, before they disappear completely.

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At France’s Piémanson beach, families build cabins on the sand and wait for the day their paradise will be shut down for good.

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An American lawyer-turned-photographer visits Guantánamo Bay's residential and leisure spaces to explore the human experience of living there.

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The town of Barentsburg located high in the Arctic feels every bit like a Soviet town stuck in time. Except it's in Norway.

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On the 50th anniversary of Che Guevara's secret mission to Congo, a photographer revisits the past.

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Photographer Marvi Lacar's new Instagram project is, among other things, another step in her own fight with mental illness.

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"We have the porn that we deserve,” wrote the feminist activist María Llopis. Photographer Katia Repina tends to agree.

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The Indian photographer explores the human cost of pollution in the world's fastest-growing economy.

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Cengiz Yar photographs the refugee children that have taken shelter in Syria's bordering countries.

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All kinds of troops walk around the city of Goma. The military, the police, UN peacekeepers and soldiers. And then there are the Scouts.

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The memories of starting a new life in Greece, coupled his adoptive country's seemingly never-ending economic and social crises, form the basis of his project “Shadows in Greece.”

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A photographer visits the biggest ice and snow festival in the world to explore contemporary China.

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After losing her job at a U.S. newspaper, a French photographer joined the circus and documented life on the road while gaining a family.

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A photographer traveled throughout Papua New Guinea documenting various forms of violence towards women, and some of the men responsible.

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As many countries in the West are growing more accepting of homosexuality, why is the Pearl of Africa moving in the opposite direction?

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A photographer documents the rapidly-changing region to pull it away from its status as a victim of Saddam and into today's reality.

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Kanpur is India's leading leather exporter. But the population's health and the environment are rapidly deteriorating in a region once famed for its roses.

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With his project “Bit Rot”, the Italian photographer documents the fastest growing source of refuse in the world

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Photographer Mariella Furrer spent a decade exploring child sexual abuse in South Africa, turning her painful personal journey into a monumental book she called “My Piece of Sky.”

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An American photographer travels the world to document the myriad relationships between humans and water.

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An Iranian photographer revisits her country's tragic past with a series of dramatic photographs that recreate moments that changed Iran’s history.

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Carlos Spottorno's newest photography project takes him to the countries that function as tax havens in Europe.

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It's been 28 years since the world’s most infamous nuclear catastrophe. For much of that time, a photojournalist has been returning to the scene.

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The Colombian photographer witnesses the disappearance of the Portuguese village of Torre.

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A photographer documents what may be the last generation of the Bajau sea nomads.

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A landscape photographer explores the outskirts of Moscow in a new book called "Pastoral."

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A Nigerian photographer travels to seven West African countries to investigate the cultural importance of hair.

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A photographer explores sustainable farming through different communities.

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Eerie and beautiful portraits of sleeping sunbathers on the Baltic Sea coast

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The photographers behind "Welcome to Flint" talk about poverty, empowerment, and the perils of "masturbatory photojournalism".

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Photographer Paolo Woods visits the omnipresent radio stations of Haiti

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Balaklava, a small town by the sea in the Crimean Peninsula, was closed to the outside world for more than 30 years because of its top secret submarine…

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Photographer Jonathan Saruk explores the world of Kabul's cinemas in his upcoming book.

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British-born photographer Nick Brandt has been documenting East Africa's disappearing grandeur for more than a decade in his trilogy of books: "On This Earth, A Shadow Falls Across…

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In the neighborhood of Ocean View, a photographer documents what has become a rarity in the United States: a vibrant working-class seaside community

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Photographer Jimmy Nelson immortalizes the world's last remaining tribes before it's too late, hoping to change their minds about modernization in the process.

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By photographing the site of every murder that occurred in London over a two year period, a Mexican-born photographer presents an alternative portrait of the city he calls…

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A photographer shoots the pigeon subculture of Cairo to show a different side to today's Egypt

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Photographer Laurent Zylberman's stunning book on the complexities of Tibet is coming out in English.

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A handful of young photographers offer a rare glimpse at the inside spaces of life in Iran.

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A photographer explores Lithuania's village discos

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A Dutch photographer explores ethnicity and identity... by opening kitchen cupboards

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Chloe Borkett photographs the daily life of Britain's Gypsies and Irish Travelers.

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Thomas Dworzak talks about his obsession with the little things in Instagram

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This year's Tbilisi Photo Festival is a referendum on the soul of Georgia. Q&A with Nestan Nijaradze.

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An Israeli photographer visits the prisons of Ukraine and Russia.

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Photographer Eduardo Leal has a violent run-in with an armed pro-Chavez militia

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Forget Jay-Z and Beyonce: the real story of Old Havana is that even there, Cubans can't afford to buy food

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For one week every March, Russians emerge from hibernation in search of music, dance, and piles of pancakes

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Photographer Eduardo Leal went to Hugo Chávez's funeral in Caracas for R&K. Mission: find the best Chávez paraphernalia

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A Q&A with photographer Natela Grigalashvili about her stunning new work, Georgian ABC

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The unmaking of a goat in Terelj, Mongolia. WARNING! Graphic content

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A conversation with Xenia Nikolskaya on her portraits of Egypt's decaying palaces

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Photographer Dougie Wallace goes inside Mumbai's famed Padmini taxi fleet

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Acclaimed photographer Newsha Tavakolian talks to Roads & Kingdoms about her new exhibition in Tehran

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Lattes have long been the purview of Cape Town's richer districts. Wongama Baleni is changing that, one cup at a time

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Malick Sidibé's indelible portraiture of West Africa in the 60's and 70's

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Western-style processions mix with ululations and cowhide drums in Jonathan Hanson's multimedia piece from the Celebration of St. Mary in Gondar, Ethiopia

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Photographer Stephen Dupont's intimate portrait of the Raskols, a band of young, fierce, complicated gangsters from Papua New Guinea

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Photographer Louise te Poele returns home to photograph the farmers she knew as a child. An R&K interview about her controversial work.

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Photographer Eduardo Leal spent election day with a Chavez social worker to see how the government paid for victory

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One phone, 11 million people. The artists and musicians of São Paulo share an iPhone throughout September

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Photographs from Tunisian photographer Sophia Baraket, who documented life in limbo in the Choucha Transit Camp

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Defenders of a beautiful, bruised backwater republic want you to see their land the way they do

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Photographer Shane Carpenter leaves Havana behind to explore Cuba's countryside

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Hong Kong, as seen through the flaring lens of Liam Fitzpatrick/Black Bauhinia

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Forget Santiago de Compostela: Moses was no Spaniard, and when he walked, he walked up Jebel Musa in the Sinai Peninsula. Photos by Cairo-based photographer David Degner

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A visit to the Bethlehem Baptist Church, currently home to almost 100 men, women and children fleeing from the Kachin conflict.

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