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House Of Yes Performers At Home: How Artists Persevere

Sunday, April 18, 2021

The House of Yes performance venue in Brooklyn is closed for now, but the artists that were active in it are busier than ever, finding themselves and making art that speaks to the times we live in.


Founder Of Site Promoting Work Of Black Women Photographers Wants It To Impact Hiring

Sunday, December 27, 2020

Though Polly Irungu is just starting her career as a professional photographer, she is already spearheading an organization — Black Women Photographers — that is pushing for change in the industry.


Photos: Remembering Maradona, Latin America's Patron Saint Of The Pitch

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Plus: NPR's Latino staffers share their memories of the Argentine soccer legend.


PHOTOS: Scenes From Breonna Taylor Protests Around The Country

Thursday, September 24, 2020

Protests emerged around the country after no police officers were charged directly over the death of Breonna Taylor in Louisville. Here's a selection of pictures of demonstrations nationwide.


Photographer Uses Instant Images To Make Sense Of Life In Isolation

Sunday, September 20, 2020

When Argentina went into strict lockdown in March, Celeste Alonso was isolated in her home in Buenos Aires. She has been asserting what control she can over daily life, one Polaroid at a time.


'Lots Of Destruction, But This Is The Future': Photos Inside The Homes Of Beirut

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

After explosions convulsed Beirut, here is a selection of photos showing Beirut residents in their destroyed house or workplace, along with a glimpse of their experiences, in their own words.


Feminist, Nonbinary Collective Portrays Latin American Culture In Unique Fashion

Sunday, July 26, 2020

While challenging sexist and colonial narratives deeply rooted in the region, these women — image makers — are creating a safe space to put themselves on the international map as photojournalists.


Nonbinary Photographer Documents Gender Dysphoria Through A Queer Lens

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Photographer Salgu Wissmath says gender dysphoria is "sorely misunderstood by society." They set out to document some of the experiences of other trans and nonbinary people.


As Black Photographers Document Protests, They Tell Their 'Own History In Real Time'

Saturday, June 13, 2020

NPR talked to eight black photographers about documenting the protests against police brutality and systemic racism. They spoke of personal histories and of witnessing compassion for black protesters.


At Home In India During The Pandemic, Exploring The Fragility Of Family And Memory

Monday, May 11, 2020

Neha Hirve moved from Sweden back to India just as the coronavirus swept the country. Now she's focusing her lens on domestic life in lockdown, her childhood home and her aging grandparents.


Life, Interrupted: Photos Of Brazil Under Lockdown

Wednesday, May 06, 2020

Brazilian photographers portray a country that's deeply anxious while living through the coronavirus.


In Spain, Photographers Come Together To Tell The Full Story Of The Pandemic

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Photographers from around the country are sharing their work via the Instagram account #Covidphotodiaries.


The Coronavirus Through The Eyes Of 5 Iranian Photographers

Sunday, March 22, 2020

A group of independent documentary photographers shared their experiences on the ground in Iran covering the pandemic.


Photographing A Musical Exchange Between New Orleans And Havana

Thursday, January 30, 2020

An indomitable musical culture survived the tragedy of the international slave trade. Alt.Latino captured a weeklong celebration featuring artists Trombone Shorty, Tank and the Bangas and Cimafunk.


What Hurting Looks Like: Photographer Translates Pain Into Visceral Still Lifes

Monday, September 09, 2019

In How I Hurt, a series of photos from Justin J Wee, chronic pain is depicted through everyday objects. Wee created the series to help spark talk about chronic pain and elicit empathy for sufferers.


In War's Aftermath, Tamils Are Haunted By Hope For Relatives' Return

Sunday, June 02, 2019

Photographer Amrita Chandradas' project focused on the family members of Sri Lankan Tamils who have gone missing, examining the unanswered questions of a country's conflict.


Pushing Against The Boundaries Of Koreanness

Sunday, April 28, 2019

Photographer Hannah Yoon takes portraits of Korean-Americans and Korean-Canadians who challenge the hyphen that so often defines them.


Images: Notre Dame Cathedral

Monday, April 15, 2019

Notre Dame Cathedral of Paris burned on Monday. Its spire fell. But the French Gothic structure was not fully lost, especially in memories of the beloved national symbol.


In Colombia's Coca Heartland, Photos And Drawings Show Life Between War And Peace

Saturday, April 13, 2019

A Venezuelan photographer travels to a Colombian coca-growing region and uses instant photography and drawings to portray a country in limbo.


Boko Haram Will Never Break Them: Photographing Nigeria's Schoolgirls

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Photojournalist Rahima Gambo has been documenting the experiences of students attending schools in the midst of the insurgency. The images challenge our perception of victimhood and war in Africa.