The spectacular works of the winners were unveiled, celebrating the best captures of nature in the world.
The photographer portrayed how the Spanish language colonized every poster and advertisement during the 1970s, as more Cubans settled in the city and merged with its landscape and people.
Packaged and bar coded deceased. Photographer Gabriela Delcin Pires' has harsh criticism for Jair Bolsonaro's campaign of death during the pandemic.
Difuntos embalados y con códigos de barras. La durísima crítica de la fotógrafa Gabriela Delcin Pires a la 'necrodictadura' de Jair Bolsonaro durante la pandemia.
The Puerto Rican artist ADÁL has been awarded the audience prize in the National Portrait Gallery's Outwin Boochever portrait competition.
The queer photographer and activist portrayed the LGBTQ community in L.A. and used her own large, beautiful body as an anti-colonialist weapon.
In hospitals, patients' loneliness is extreme. At home, their confined family members await a distressing call.
The photographer Saul Leiter did his best for avoiding fame, but he ended becoming the master of color. He teaches us to live beyond “followers”.
In a country where we learned its geography by the names of the massacres, Jesús Abad Colorado is taking us on a journey to see it through the eyes of his peasants.
En su exhibición, expuesta del 5 al 25 de abril en Gershman Hall, esta fotógrafa documental ilumina las historias individuales y los rostros de quienes arriesgan todo para viajar a la frontera.
On display April 5 - April 25 at Gershman Hall, the documentary photographer’s work illuminates the individual stories and faces of those who risk everything to travel to the border.
A través del programa para residentes y la galería, el Women’s Mobile Museum exploró la representación y accesibilidad en el arte.
Through the residency program and gallery, the Women’s Mobile Museum explored representation and accessibility in art.
Una nueva exposición fotográfica patrocinada por la Alianza de Arte Da Vinci destaca temas del momento más difícil y revolucionario de América Latina.
A new photography exhibit sponsored by the Da Vinci Art Alliance spotlights themes from Latin America's most trying and revolutionary time.
Pop’s eyes, hands, and face tell stories that began in 1920 – over 97 years ago.
La fotógrafa abre una ventana al mundo de su suegro, de 97 años, en su camino hacia la viudedad.
The photographer's latest collection focuses on "intimate photographs depicting a 97-year-old man... and his everyday experiences as he transitions into widowhood after 67 years of marriage."
Sandy Stolzman redefine la fotografía del viaje contemporánea en los países del tercer mundo al trascender deliberadamente los estereotipos del turista bebedor de ron Bacardí, que pasan todo el día en la playa con una cámara colgando del cuello, y los resultados son obvios. Con medios hábiles y con redes sociales muy bien administradas que aman el idealizan a Cuba, Stolzman es capaz de percibir profundamente a través de su lente lo que es objetivamente bello – y objetivamente triste – en la isla.
Sandy Stolzman redefines contemporary third-world travel photography by purposefully transcending above the stereotyped role of Bacardí rum-drinking and sandy toed White tourist with a camera slung across her neck, and the results are obvious. With a wily media and with curated social accounts that love to romanticize Cuba, Stolzman is able to keenly perceive through her lens what is objectively beautiful- and what is objectively sad -about the island.
El drama que muchas mujeres viven en los burdeles de Ciudad Juárez visto por el lente de la artista hispana Ada Trillo.
Artist Ada Luisa Trillo’s latest exhibit, photographs in the brothels of Juarez, Mexico, examines how women become entangled in sex work and what can be done to get them where they want to be.
An exhibition at the Artspace 1241 gallery in Philadelphia explores the symbolism of sex from the point of view of four local artists.
From the iconic photo of the Mexican actors“dream team” to mariachi celebrations, the 2017 Cannes Festival edition has embraced Latin American culture. Mexican director Michel Franco pesented “April’s Daughter,” with Spanish actress Emma Suárez, another vision of yet another Latin American broken family.
David A. Fahrenthold won the prize for national reporting, with the judges citing stories that examined Trump's charitable foundation and called into question whether the real estate magnate was as generous as he claimed.