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An Indian photographer documents life in the world's largest open air laundromat
A veteran deals with the consequences of war with a powerful and personal photo book.
Photographing Afghanistan's new middle class and the impossible reconstruction of a city.
A photographer's longterm exploration of the little-known islands of Zanzibar.
For one photographer, the young mothers of Guatemala give a face to gender inequality
A young photographer turns his lens toward Sikhs and their turbans, strengthening his own faith in the process.
A sports photographer experiments with film in order to stave off boredom on assignment.
A music photographer turns his lens to what was behind him the whole time: the crowd.
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.
By documenting the Soviet veterans of WWII, a Ukrainian photographer finds uneasy parallels to the current war in his country.
After a decade of working in Myanmar, a photographer finds hope in an organization that empowers young women.
What happened when a photographer asked an entire battalion in Western Sahara to collaborate on a conceptual art project.
After completing a powerful investigation within his country's police force, a Belgian photographer documents life in its prisons.
Stuart Freedman photographs India's coffee houses, where lawyers, journalists, city officials and artists once congregated to debate the state of the country.
An Israeli photographer documents Azerbaijan through the small artifacts and experiences of daily life.
The French photographer on his quest to document the food of our ancestors
A portrait of the megacity of Chongqing in southwest China, where millions are witnessing unprecedented urbanization and having to adapt to new worlds.
Crawling up mountains or lying in deserted plateaus, Kyrgyzstan's ancestral cemeteries reflect the country's complex religious and cultural identities.
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.
The French photographer documents Iran's vibrant art world and the creativity triggered by restriction.
The Australian photographer looks at daily life in a country that the international community is forgetting.
A photographer documents the lives of a lesbian couple in Putin's Russia, in all its brutal intimacy.
The Belgian photographer looks at the sex workers' community in Zanzibar by combining academic research and powerful photography.
The Chicago-born photographer attends conventions throughout the country, uncovering the many worlds hidden below the mainstream level of society.
The Italian photojournalist visits nine countries of the Middle East to understand what life is like for Christians there.
Ryann Ford spent the last five years photographing the country's rest stops, before they disappear completely.
At France’s Piémanson beach, families build cabins on the sand and wait for the day their paradise will be shut down for good.
An American lawyer-turned-photographer visits Guantánamo Bay's residential and leisure spaces to explore the human experience of living there.
The town of Barentsburg located high in the Arctic feels every bit like a Soviet town stuck in time. Except it's in Norway.
On the 50th anniversary of Che Guevara's secret mission to Congo, a photographer revisits the past.
Photographer Marvi Lacar's new Instagram project is, among other things, another step in her own fight with mental illness.
"We have the porn that we deserve,” wrote the feminist activist María Llopis. Photographer Katia Repina tends to agree.
The Indian photographer explores the human cost of pollution in the world's fastest-growing economy.
Cengiz Yar photographs the refugee children that have taken shelter in Syria's bordering countries.
All kinds of troops walk around the city of Goma. The military, the police, UN peacekeepers and soldiers. And then there are the Scouts.
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.”
A photographer visits the biggest ice and snow festival in the world to explore contemporary China.
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.
A photographer traveled throughout Papua New Guinea documenting various forms of violence towards women, and some of the men responsible.
As many countries in the West are growing more accepting of homosexuality, why is the Pearl of Africa moving in the opposite direction?
A photographer documents the rapidly-changing region to pull it away from its status as a victim of Saddam and into today's reality.
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.
With his project “Bit Rot”, the Italian photographer documents the fastest growing source of refuse in the world
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.”
An American photographer travels the world to document the myriad relationships between humans and water.
An Iranian photographer revisits her country's tragic past with a series of dramatic photographs that recreate moments that changed Iran’s history.
Carlos Spottorno's newest photography project takes him to the countries that function as tax havens in Europe.
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.
The Colombian photographer witnesses the disappearance of the Portuguese village of Torre.
A photographer documents what may be the last generation of the Bajau sea nomads.
A landscape photographer explores the outskirts of Moscow in a new book called "Pastoral."
A Nigerian photographer travels to seven West African countries to investigate the cultural importance of hair.
A photographer explores sustainable farming through different communities.
Eerie and beautiful portraits of sleeping sunbathers on the Baltic Sea coast
The photographers behind "Welcome to Flint" talk about poverty, empowerment, and the perils of "masturbatory photojournalism".
Photographer Paolo Woods visits the omnipresent radio stations of Haiti
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…
Photographer Jonathan Saruk explores the world of Kabul's cinemas in his upcoming book.
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…
In the neighborhood of Ocean View, a photographer documents what has become a rarity in the United States: a vibrant working-class seaside community
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.
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…
A photographer shoots the pigeon subculture of Cairo to show a different side to today's Egypt
Photographer Laurent Zylberman's stunning book on the complexities of Tibet is coming out in English.
A handful of young photographers offer a rare glimpse at the inside spaces of life in Iran.
A photographer explores Lithuania's village discos
A Dutch photographer explores ethnicity and identity... by opening kitchen cupboards
Chloe Borkett photographs the daily life of Britain's Gypsies and Irish Travelers.
Thomas Dworzak talks about his obsession with the little things in Instagram
This year's Tbilisi Photo Festival is a referendum on the soul of Georgia. Q&A with Nestan Nijaradze.
An Israeli photographer visits the prisons of Ukraine and Russia.
Photographer Eduardo Leal has a violent run-in with an armed pro-Chavez militia
Forget Jay-Z and Beyonce: the real story of Old Havana is that even there, Cubans can't afford to buy food
For one week every March, Russians emerge from hibernation in search of music, dance, and piles of pancakes
Photographer Eduardo Leal went to Hugo Chávez's funeral in Caracas for R&K. Mission: find the best Chávez paraphernalia
A Q&A with photographer Natela Grigalashvili about her stunning new work, Georgian ABC
The unmaking of a goat in Terelj, Mongolia. WARNING! Graphic content
A conversation with Xenia Nikolskaya on her portraits of Egypt's decaying palaces
Photographer Dougie Wallace goes inside Mumbai's famed Padmini taxi fleet
Acclaimed photographer Newsha Tavakolian talks to Roads & Kingdoms about her new exhibition in Tehran
Lattes have long been the purview of Cape Town's richer districts. Wongama Baleni is changing that, one cup at a time
Malick Sidibé's indelible portraiture of West Africa in the 60's and 70's
Western-style processions mix with ululations and cowhide drums in Jonathan Hanson's multimedia piece from the Celebration of St. Mary in Gondar, Ethiopia
Photographer Stephen Dupont's intimate portrait of the Raskols, a band of young, fierce, complicated gangsters from Papua New Guinea
Photographer Louise te Poele returns home to photograph the farmers she knew as a child. An R&K interview about her controversial work.
Photographer Eduardo Leal spent election day with a Chavez social worker to see how the government paid for victory
One phone, 11 million people. The artists and musicians of São Paulo share an iPhone throughout September
Photographs from Tunisian photographer Sophia Baraket, who documented life in limbo in the Choucha Transit Camp
Defenders of a beautiful, bruised backwater republic want you to see their land the way they do
Photographer Shane Carpenter leaves Havana behind to explore Cuba's countryside
Hong Kong, as seen through the flaring lens of Liam Fitzpatrick/Black Bauhinia
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
A visit to the Bethlehem Baptist Church, currently home to almost 100 men, women and children fleeing from the Kachin conflict.