Misha Domozhilov has some very nice work on a Serbian enclave on the northern part of Kosovo.
Check it out on his website: domozhilov.com.
Photo by David Alan Harvey Detroit-based artist Patricia Lay-Dorsey was diagnosed with chronic progressive Multiple Sclerosis in 1988. Twenty years later she turned her camera on herself and began taking self-portraits with the intention of showing from the inside the day-to-day life of a person with a disability. The photographs chronicle the struggles and achievements [...]
Chico Sanchez, a Spanish and English speaking freelance photographer based in Mexico City, has a nice multimedia piece on bullfighting. View his essay at www.chicosanchez.com.
The art of Burlesque has at last found a firm benchmark also in Italy. It is the Sick Girls who have been putting on and performing this type of show since 2004. Their immediacy, spontaneity, style and attitude make them capable of assimilating the motions of this Art and enable them to personalize the performance. [...]
The Digital Journalist is featuring images from the more than two decades David Turnley has covered Nelson Mandela. His recently published book “MANDELA!: Struggle & Triumph,” chronicles South Africa’s emergence from apartheid. See the presentation on The Digital Journalist.
Photojournalist Amanda Lucidon’s work-in progress on how LGBT couples in the United States are dealing with the problems that the Defense of Marriage Act incurs on them is now featured on American-Journal.org. The Legal Stranger Project offers an intimate look at the struggles that same-sex couples face as they attempt to navigate the convoluted legal system for [...]
John Maloof has created a website in dedication to the photographer Vivian Maier, a street photographer from the 1950-70′s. Maloof discovered her work at an auction in Chicago where Maier lived for 50 years. Her discovered work included over 40,000 mostly medium format negatives. Maier died April 21, 2009. See more of Maier’s work at [...]
Washington D.C. photographer Stephen Voss spent some time in Detroit recently and visited some of the closed public schools there. Nearly 30 public schools sit empty in Detroit, having been closed due to budget cuts. Many of the closed schools were left unsecured and subsequently have been vandalized and torn apart by thieves looking for [...]
We interrupt the normal feature in this spot to take notice of the historic outcome of the U.S. Presidential Election. Barack Obama has become the first African-American to be elected to the office of President of the United States. This photo of Cleopatra Nelson was taken at a rally last week at James Madison University [...]
PdfX12, an online, monthly free photo journal, presents “Trail of Tears”, the winning story of the inaugural Pierre and Alexandra Boulat Association Grant. “Trail of Tears documents the issue of Congolese women suffering from sexual violence committed by Congolese and Rwandan rebels and male civilians. The work is presented as a downloadable PDF file that can be [...]
“In wildness is the preservation of the world.” — Thoreau For me there is no better place to stretch myself as a photographer than in the natural world. Just minutes outside of Washington, DC is the dramatic wildness of the Potomac River Gorge. It is a spectacular bit of nature that beckons to the adventurer, the [...]