I grew up with my extended family on a small farm in the suburbs of New York City.
From 2006 through 2010, Lucas Foglia traveled throughout the southeastern United States befriending, photographing, and interviewing a network of people who left cities and suburbs to live off the grid. Motivated by environmental concerns, religious beliefs, or predictions of economic collapse, they build their homes from local materials, obtain their water from nearby springs, and hunt, gather, or grow their own food.
“I am a woman who is not accepted by the society,” out of all the women I photographed, none would say this or anything similar. Yet every time any of them walks along the street people look with amazement.
It was great to see Obama take on a liberal agenda yesterday with promises in his inauguration speech to improve equality for gays and lesbians and to reform immigration policy. On the topic of imm...
Refugee Hotel is a collection of photography and interviews that documents the arrival of refugees in the United States. Stabile’s images are coupled with testimonies from people describing their first days in the U.S., the lives they’ve left behind, and the new communities they’ve since created.
"Camera Work presents the exhibition "Gender Studies" by Bettina Rheims. Focusing again on transgender, in 2011 the artist created a fascinating portrait series of 25 people who evade categorization of being male or female."
"With a very successful career in strategic marketing and brand management, working for some of the most important companies in Romania, in 2010 Mugur Varzariu decided it was time for a change in order to find more than just professional accomplishments.
He chose photography and due to his ambition and dedication in less than a year his work has been internationally recognized and he became a stringer for some of the most important press agencies (Associated Press, Mediafax, IntactImages and recently invited as a contributor on Getty)."
"Titus Simoens (b. 1985, Belgium) graduated from the Karel De Grote University in Antwerp, in Audiovisual Techniques and Photography in 2008. For his thesis “Close to Romania” Titus was awarded with the exhibition ‘Screenworlds’ at the Flemish parliament. In 2009 he traveled across America for two months where he made the video documentary Miles Away and a series of photographs about two young cowboys in Idaho. His photographs have been exhibited in Belgium and abroad. His work has been published in GUP magazine (The Netherlands), EXTRA (FoMu Belgium), PDN magazine (New York) and BBC news. In 2012 his work “Blue, see” won the Nikon young photographer award and the best in show award in the Foto8 summer show in London."
What causes people to flee their homes? Persecution, conflict and natural disasters all force people to leave their homes, their possessions, and very often their loved ones, at a drop of a hat to seek safety elsewhere.
On international "Go Skateboarding Day," LIFE.com looks back at the early, anarchic days of a quintessentially American sport and pastime that, over the years, has been embraced by millions around the world.
The International Center of Photography is the first museum to offer a major retrospective of images of racial and ethnic separation in South Africa. More than five hundred documents make this a must see exhibition .
"Stephan Vanfleteren's radical black-and-white documentary work covers the disappearance of small, anarchic worlds and the phenomena of everyday life in his homeland Belgium as well as events from world's conflict zones to every day life around the world. He also interested in portraying artists, actors, writers, directors, musicians and all other people that express themselves by their profession."
"Drawing, sketching, painting, photographing have always been Charbel’s all-time passions. More, a daily breath. Charbel Abou Zeidan was born and raised in Beirut, Lebanon. His educational background is in Interior Architecture, and sketching, painting, and photography. While forging his own creative language, he worked as set photographer for Lebanese artists and filmmakers, and in studio for many fashion houses. Blessed with a real sense of fashion and elegance, Charbel soon meets Lebanese designer Nicolas Jebran, with whom he will collaborate for three years, before joining Maison Elie Saab."
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