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A Photographer Explores Male Vulnerability, Desire, and the Aging Body

Complicit #52 – Dancing with Dennis, owned by @cryptojuiced Complicit #19 – Self Portrait with Alfred, owned by @BigHugsNFT Complicit #27 – Self Portrait on the Tricycle with Shaun, owned by @aaronrferguson “I used to show up to my friend Shaun’s place at 7:00 in the morning to catch the right light,” the photographer Matthew Morrocco remembers....

‘Death to Assimilation’: Celebrating Black Women’s Style Through Photography

“Growing up, I saw a lot of Black women wearing dark liner and gloss, bamboo earrings, long nails, and sometimes red hair,” the photographer Jada Imani M tells me. “I always loved colorful hair on Black women. I have early memories of Janet Jackson in The Velvet Rope era and Kelis in the ‘Caught Out There’ music video.”  At the same time, however,...

The Raw Beauty of Early Motherhood, Unfiltered

Goliath by Lisa Sorgini, 2019 Lisa Sorgini, a photographer based in Bundjalung Country, Australia, discovered this goliath stick insect living in her family’s wattle tree. Across a lifetime, the females of the species might lay as many as a thousand eggs. Sorgini saw this one laying hers, “flicking them onto the leaf litter” below, where they...

During the Pandemic, Elephants Got a Respite from Abuse. It Should Stay That Way.

A mahout controls his young Asian elephant calf with a bull hook at the Surin Elephant Festival, Surin, Thailand. The annual festival was originally a trading event where mahouts would gather to trade elephants but has now developed into Thailand’s largest tourist event and attracts hundreds of thousands of local and international visitors. 2011 © Adam...

How Photographs of Cars Created a Web3 Community

Lap 1 Grail, #4, owned by @Superpotsecret Trophy Car, #18, owned by Dave Krugman Vault Tier 1, #16, owned by @punk6529 When it comes to DRIVE, his 1/1 photography NFT collection, Dave Krugman doesn’t play favorites–or at least he prefers not to comment on them. Instead, he lets the community decide which photographs are the rarest...

Inside the Diary of a War Photographer 

The Pul-e-Charkhi prison east of Kabul. The Afghan run prison houses, among others, detainees that used to be held at the US Bagram dentention facility as well as the U.S. Guantanamo Bay detention camp.(Christoph Bangert for The New York Times) © Christoph Bangert Freedom. Before a patrol in southern Zhari.Soldiers of 1st Platoon, Apache...

A Photographer Bears Witness to His Hometown’s Struggle with Addiction 

Steve On North Street The Plant “I’ve always said that if I stood blindfolded in an empty parking lot somewhere, I’d know whether or not I was standing in Broome County just by the smell of the air,” the photographer Matthew Barbarino tells me. “I remember the landscape well. The Binghamton area is known as being cloudy and rainy, and...

In Senegal, a City on the Frontlines of the Climate Crisis 

Fatou Ngueye, 34, sits within the last 2 remaining walls of her living room -which is now open to the sand and ocean- with her children. The family has been sleeping on the floor of a neighbor’s home for over a year so that her husband, a fisherman, can remain close to the sea for work. The remaining shells of sea-facing homes that have been...

An NFT Collector on the Future of Photography and Curation in Web3

“I think all the leading photographers in Web3 have an openness to try new things, no matter how scary or weird it may seem,” the NFT collector Chikai Ohazama, who is also the founder of the virtual space Monolith Gallery, tells me. “They have a sense of curiosity and fearlessness to jump in headfirst, without knowing how shallow or deep the pool is.” ...

Fire Season, Through the Eyes of a Wildland Firefighter

“During fire season, the smoke diffuses the sun, and it transforms the landscape by making it darker and de-saturated,” the photographer Alexis Joy Hagestad tells me. “It gets extremely smoky–to the point where your eyes burn. As a firefighter, you smell like smoke all the time. At the end of the season, usually, all of my clothes, my sunglasses, and...

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