Works by 21 photographers are now on view in Manhattan for the seventh season and 100th project coming out of the Google Pixel Creator Labs.
Briana Ellis-Gibbs is a writer and journalist in New York City who focuses on photography, art, and history. She is working towards her MA in journalism at Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism with the goal of becoming a photo editor.
Dread Scott’s Visual Ballad to Nina Simone
The artist talks to Hyperallergic ahead of his New York exhibition Goddam.
Documenting the Black History Not Taught in Classrooms
The photographs in Renata Cherlise’s Black Archives capture Black people experiencing moments of love, joy, rest, leisure, and everyday life.
Michelle Agins on Perseverance and Photographing Martin Luther King
The second Black woman ever hired as a New York Times staff photographer, Agins built her career at a time when photo editors gave very few assignments to women — much less to women of color.
The Precarious Lives of Freelance Photographers on the Frontlines
Underpaid and under-resourced, funding their own equipment and health insurance, freelance photojournalists are barely hanging on — and risking their lives.