The South African photographer’s sublime portfolio shows our innate polarity, how we seek connection with nature and also reject it.
Lake Urmia was once the second largest salt lake in the world, but its surface area has now shrunk by 80 percent.
The photographer captures suburban development and the spread of cities as a testimonial to nature’s vitality and resilience.
Artist and writer Aaron Chapman shares insight into how he created this deeply personal body of work.
From mango madness to barren streets, Abigail Varney’s ongoing series reveals how extreme weather tension has a tangible impact on our lives.
Nan Goldin’s intimate imagery changed our perception of countercultures, with her unflinching perspective on life’s ebbs and flows.
How do we perceive our own responsibility in ecological disasters? Tom Goldner’s latest series suggests an introspective shift is required to find a way forward.
In this how-to guide, Mandy Sham takes us on a journey through Sri Lanka — and the process of her own artistic evolution.
Few artists can match the output of André Kertész. Discover how he paved the way for today’s photojournalists and fine artists.
Yadnya Kasada involves climbing Mount Bromo to make offerings to the Gods of the volcano, and a battle between two Indonesian communities.