In a new book, Matthew O’Brien captures an often-overlooked side of the country on pieces of instant film.
An American used drones to capture the color lines still stark in South African cities.
Photographs of nearly 700 libraries across 48 states show that we have more in common than not.
One artist considers the impact of imagery on policing.
A new competition will transform it into a "free outdoor river gallery.”
Susan Berger traveled the U.S. to capture scenes from these everyday memorials to the Civil Rights leader.
High waters have already killed 10 and caused havoc in France, Germany, and Austria—and the emergency isn’t over yet.
By day, Liam Wong is an art director for a video game company. By night, he photographs the color and chaos of the largest city in the world.
Intentional neglect of the neighborhood reduced it to rubble in the 1970s and 1980s. Mel Rosenthal photographed those who lived through it.
Transit officials haven’t given his first metro project the respect it deserved.
Which one would you choose?
For just a few minutes a day, the sky cloaks the entire city in a glowing, azure tint.
A traveling design show toured the U.S. 25 years ago to shed light on Soviet city life under a failing but reforming government.
A wonky Tumblr documents the city’s retail shops converted into residences, thanks to arcane zoning laws.
In WTC, Brian Rose’s photographs explore presence, absence, and a constantly changing city.
Want a moldy suburban apartment for $1,500? Then you’ve come to the right city.
A photographer’s solo journey leads to an uniquely beautiful take on the country’s landscapes.
One artist is merging two very different worlds and coming up with delightfully strange results.
“We want them to convey a sense of home.”