photography

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Photographer Roland Miller has spent 25 years gaining access to abandoned NASA sites across the United States, capturing their history and strange imagery before they disappear.

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Books

Repicturing Black Fatherhood

by Rob Colvin on November 20, 2014

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I overheard a man suggest to another that Father’s Day be renamed. For him, and for so many other black men he knew, there was or is no biological father to celebrate the holiday with.

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Photo Essays

The Faces of American Debt

by Laura C. Mallonee on November 18, 2014

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Following the 2008 economic crisis, San Francisco-based photographer Brittany M. Powell had trouble finding full-time work.

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Post image for New Monograph Explores Our State of Being Like “Characters in a Disaster Movie”

Photographer Hiroshi Watanabe describes our state of being in his new monograph as like “characters in a disaster movie.”

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Post image for Remembering French Photographer Lucien Clergue, a Giant of the Field

PARIS — As the Paris Photo fair drew to a close, the French art scene was distressed by the news that pioneering art photographer Lucien Clergue died on Saturday at the age of 80.

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Post image for An Astronaut’s Photographs of our Planet’s Beauty and Mutilations

Astronaut photography has been influential on the perception of our planet almost since the first space missions.

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Post image for Capturing Love, Longing, and Disappearance in a Couple’s Last Days

In 2011, photographer Sarker Protick’s grandfather John developed cancer.

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Post image for Photographing the Mexican American Experience

A photographer of Mexican American life is raising funds for a new exhibition in Austin, Texas.

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Diane Ducruet,

A photograph of a mother and her young daughter embracing has been removed from a gallery exhibition in Paris after seven anonymous letters prompted the gallerist and the director of the Maison Européenne de la Photographie (MEP) to censor the work.

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Norman Rockwell,

Norman Rockwell may be best known for his Saturday Evening Post cover illustrations and homey paintings of idealized Anytown, USA scenes, but in terms of sheer numbers he was primarily a photographer.

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