Starting Out, January 2020. The migrant caravan leaves Honduras and begins their trek to the Guatemalan-Mexican Border. An estimated 4,000 people left San Pedro Sula on January 15th and walked over 500 miles in a week before being captured and deported. T
Congratulations to Catherine Panebianco for being selected for CENTER’s Project launch Grant recognizing her project, No Memory is Ever Alone . The Project Launch is granted to outstanding photographers working on a fine art series or documentary project
Everything has the right to be put in the picture. This is the “democratic vision” Christian Werner applies to his photographic work. His recently-published photo book brings together well-known faces, anonymous portraits, landscapes, animals and urban spaces.
"Othering of the loser of a war is important for collective consciousness and acts as a bulwark against the tide of human sympathy in the matters of inhumane consequence"
There are a number of different ways to approach writing about photograph
Nanna Heitmann combines elements of traditional documentary road trip photography with elements of Russian art and folklore in her depictions of an eclectic mix of individuals, interiors and landscapes
Last week, we sat down with celebrated sports photographers Jean Fruth and Darren Carroll for a moderated discussion and live Q&A about their respective careers. Jean and Darren walked us through a few of their all-time favorite photos, told stories about
“Every image poses the question of American identity not just from the standpoint of our present reality, but from the playbook of iconic images – most of them from the twentieth century – that make up the history of American photography.”