9 Photo Stories That Challenge Your View Of The World

After a horrific shooting in Atlanta and the escalation of calls to protect Asian Americans from violence, many have asked Americans to take a look at themselves and the history of violence in that country. We took a look at the protests and demonstrations against Asian American violence that have been warning of violence for months and F-Stop magazine takes a look at Gabriele Galimberti’s 2020 book The Ameriguns. Nick Meyer looked at the devastation of addiction, housing insecurity and the decline of small town America in his book, The Local A year after the pandemic, we asked photographers who are also mothers about what they have learned and how they deal with it.

Ten years after the anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Sam Clark writes about a profound photographic work that notes that a photograph was found of people living in the area rather than professional photographers. Call it romantic or idealistic – but Ondrej Cechvala left his homeland behind to live on an old farm in northern Slovakia. The National History Museum in London has featured female wildlife photographers and Erica Génécé photographs stylized dancers who look like sculptures in her paintings.

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