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What is it about ventriloquist dummies that scares us and makes us feel uncomfortable? Matthew Rolstons series Talking Heads will try to decipher that particular feeling.
David Nebreda decided to isolate himself to capture the darkest side of his mind through his photographs.
The truth is out there... And sometimes it's more boring than conspiracy theories made us believe.
In the same year of the 50th commemoration of the liberation of Auschwitz, not so far from there, thousands of people were still captive in prison camps in the Balkans.
In 1910, the Terra Nova Expedition went to the South Pole to collect specimens of the Emperor Penguin to study the evolutionary link between reptiles and birds. Most of them died along the way.
Imagine leaving behind everything you know for the chance of a better life. For millions of people, that dream became true the moment they saw the Statue of Liberty and set foot on Ellis Island.
Francisco Mata Rosas presents a transmedia project showing the different perspectives lived in this cultural and iconic geographical spot.
“As an artist and a human being, I will always protect and support the powerless."
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These images are the work of Kavan the Kid, who shows us the parts of ourselves we don't want to see.
Joe O'Donnell traveled to Nagasaki weeks after the atomic bomb and photographed a Japanese boy standing at attention, but why?
I worry not about what hides beyond the fog, but what the fog reveals inside one’s mind. My name is Nuno Serrao and I took this series, entitled "Folk Tales" in the deep forest of Sintra, in my native Portugal.
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John Moore's World Press 2019 Photo of the Year, of mother Sandra and daughter Yanela being apprehended, are a testament to the US flawed policy towards immigration
The bone remains found were the ultimate clue about the most important discovery in Mayan history: they were located across the tomb of K'inich Janaab' Pakal, the last Mayan ruler of Palenque.
Forget about hitting the “unfriend” button next time a friend wrongs you. Do it like in the good old days of yore, by destroying their fugly faces in your photos!
In the midst of nuclear radiation and an inhospitable environment, a canine community has flourished despite the odds. Here's the story of the radioactive puppies that thrived in Chernobyl in 10 photos.