Something magical is brewing at Panopticon Gallery in Boston. On view through December 30, Alchemists, an exhibition featuring photographers Amy Friend and Diana H. Bloomfield is a warm and inviting show for the winter season. An alchemist transforms or creates something through a seemingly magical process. Friend and Bloomfield each

The project documents objects of classic cinemas in Poland. It’s just a seemingly repetitive places. The individual character of the cinema is evident especially when we look from the screen towards the audience. This is a rarely recognizable perspective, primarily because the cinema interior is a spectacle experienced in a

In an attempt to explore one aspect of gun culture, I set up my darkroom tent and tintype gear at known target shooting locations in the Arizona desert. I create participants’ tintype portraits, then give the subjects the option to use the image as a target. Tintypes were the primary

New Orleans has a myriad of street-parading traditions that merge age groups, communities and neighborhoods. They also serve as an opportunity for social groups to manifest their best versions of themselves (see Mardi Gras Indians and their ‘prettiest’ suits). Culture in New Orleans has always come from the people up

80% of the genes of humans and mice are the same and 90% of genes that cause diseases are also common between human and mice. On the other hand, mice’s small size, high reproduction, and low maintenance costs have caused that thousands of mice around the world are born to


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Nearly two years since the Islamic State took the city of Mosul in northern Iraq, the Iraqi Army launched an

The Wolfsschanze was the most famous and most used Führer Haupt Quartier of Hitler, who spent a lot of time

Egypt has largely bet on the tourist industry (around 12% of the GDP), and for the Sinai region it is

This is a reportage which depicts the consequences of natural disaster on civil population. Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu, has the only

First of all, this project is about sensations: among them are vulnerability, self-destruction, being hurtfully beautiful. Project is about beauty

About her “Rabun” project says Jennifer: Many years ago I left America to travel the world. I spent over a


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Australian documentary photographer Fabian Muir has been announced as the overall winner of this year’s Photogrvphy Grant and granted $1000 prize

For the first time in Sydney, artist Isamu Sawa is set to exhibit ‘Without Water’, a series of hauntingly beautiful,


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David Maisel (born in New York, NY in 1961) is an American photographer and visual artist whose works explore vestiges

Rob Hornstra (born 14 March 1975, in Borne, Overijssel) is a Dutch photographer and self-publisher of documentary work, particularly of


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Hand-colored Photographs of Japan from 1890s

From the 12th century until 1868, Japan was ruled by successive feudal military shoguns who ruled in the name of


Vintage Japanese Tattoos (1860-1890)

Irezumi is any of several forms of traditional Japanese tattooing, along with certain modern forms derived from or inspired by