Poverty in America is concentrated in counties, regions, urban neighborhoods and reservations. Matt Black and Trymaine Lee document its current state.
This collection of work provides the ultimate retrospective look at a lifetime’s achievement. It includes the first photographs taken by Henri Cartier-Bresson, some of which have never been published, rarely seen work from all periods of his life, and a generous selection of classic photographs that have become icons of the medium.
Revolution Revisited is a project by 1987 Pulitzer Prize winner photographer Kim Komenich, now a professor at San Jose State University. In 2011, Komenich began relocating the subjects from his spot news winning essay from the People's Power Revolution which overthrew Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos and put Corazon Aquino in power.
The website features then and now image pairs, a longer essay about the revolution, interviews with the photographer, video stories and a database of over 500 outtakes from his coverage, which Komenich hopes will help to relocate more subjects from his coverage in the mid-1980s.
The site was produced by a class of multimedia graduate students in the University of Miami's School of Communication.