Bronx-born, Puerto Rican photographer Elle Pérez explores queer identity in rural Tennessee.
Images from an Unfathomable PlaceSara Yu interviews Hyon Gyon Park
The mixed-material artist on the catharsis of Korean shamanism and why “the process of purification” is her natural subject matter.
Trompe l’oeilsBy Julia Pfeiffer
The multiform artist creates mixed-material worlds from ceramics, drawing, and photography.
Studio Visit: Adrián SonniMiddle Mind Project interviews Adrián Sonni
The Argentine muralist on using the city as a canvas.
Who’s Got the Address?Text by Amitava Kumar, photographs by Teju Cole
Amitava Kumar and Teju Cole collaborate on an ekphrastic project exploring how Cole’s paired images intersect with the works of artists ranging from Sontag to Singh.
An American Revolution RevolutionBy Shawn Huckins
Imagine what George & Co. could have done with the internet. Or not.
Oblivious VixensHaniya Rae interviews Johnny Negron
Jonny Negron speaks about drawing characters of eroticism, mythology, and contemporary fashion.
A Family PortraitHaniya Rae interviews Jacolby Satterwhite
Jacolby Satterwhite on rendering his mother’s drawings into worlds of their own.
The Sound of Barking Dogs: Expelling the Roma from BelvilPhotographs by Matt Lutton, Audio by Darko Stanimirović, Text by Alan Chin for Newsmotion.org
Alarmed to the eviction in advance, photographers Matt Lutton and Darko Stanimirovic distributed disposable cameras so that the residents could document their own dispossession.
Art FlowBy David Joselit
David Joselit theorizes about the function of art in the global age of abstracted value and Art Basel
‘Superstorm’ Sandy and Acting Like a JournalistBy Noah Rabinowitz and John Francis Peters
Guernica’s art editor, Noah Rabinowitz, and photographer John Francis Peters discuss what they saw while working on and off assignment in the days after Hurricane Sandy.
A Fractured StateNoah Rabinowitz in conversation with Michael Kirby Smith
Michael Kirby Smith’s unprecedented and intimate look into Yemen
Mining Fear in Idyllic LandscapesPhotographs by Brett Van Ort
Seventeen years after the Yugoslav wars, large swaths of land in Bosnia are still riddled with active land mines.
Intimate SpacePhotographs by Kelly K. Jones
Kelly K. Jones’s work explores the boundary between documentary and conceptual ways of image making.
The Edge EffectPhotographs and Conversation with Daniel Kukla
Equipped with a mirror, painter’s easel, a camera, and his formal training in biology, scientist-turned-artist Daniel Kukla explores where the low Sonoran Desert meets the high Mojave.
Hipstamatic RevolutionBy Glenna Gordon
Avoiding the simplistic narratives of Afro-pessimism and Afro-optimism, photographer Peter diCampo uses photo-apps to represent everyday Africa.
Think Different.By John Friel
Daniel Shea’s series “Blisner, Ill.” portrays the crises of titanic mythologies.
Inspired by a “Monster”Helen Bartley in conversation with Tomer Sapir
Israeli-born sculptor Tomer Sapir—a “crypto-taxidermist” of creatures that have never walked this earth—surveys the borderlands of technology and nightmare.
The Rappers of RutshuruPhotographs by Agata Pietron for Newsmotion.org
Making music in war-torn Eastern Congo
Primeval SuperstitionsPhotographs and Conversation with Katarzyna Majak
Exploring minority religions in Poland, Katarzyna Majak’s images probe prejudice against witchery, questions of aging, and feminine divinity.
EgyptoramaBy Julien Chatelin
Photographer Julien Chatelin’s images capture Egypt’s surreal and absurd rural landscape; a road that leads to nowhere.
Wet StrokesBy Haniya Rae
Art and programming converge in Kynd’s digital brushstrokes
Surface ConcentratePaintings and Sculptures by Cole Sayer
Sebastian Black and Cole Sayer discuss CGI, the NFL, and the mythology surrounding being a painter.
Studio Visit: Sangram MajumdarHaniya Rae interviews Sangram Majumdar
Painter Sangram Majumdar invites Guernica to his studio to view a few in-progress paintings and learn about his process.
Bryan HouseBy Peter Hoffman
Peter Hoffman documents an Illinois home that helps refugees take the next step towards establishing a stable new life in the U.S.
أنا وبس: My People Love MeBy Bruce Wallace
Through YouTube and Vimeo, these artists give their fellow Syrians a voice.
Northern Uganda, VisibleCurated and edited by Glenna Gordon
Kony 2012 is the starting point—but not the ending point—for this collection of images
Last Days of the Space ShuttleBy Philip Scott Andrews
Photographer Philip Scott Andrews intimately documents the final flights of the Space Shuttle
SettlingBy Jim Korpi
Photographer Jim Korpi finds dependent self-reliance, rusted preservation, artificial heritage, and burdened faith along the Ohio River.
Alive in BaghdadBy Marieke van der Velden
Foreign photographs of Baghdad usually have three subjects: guns, bombs, and pickup trucks. Marieke van der Velden shows us what happens when the camera turns a few degrees away.
Desperate IntentionsPhotographs by Viviana Peretti
Alone together in the metropolis
7 RoomsPhotographs by Rafal Milach
In Russian, a language in which there is a separate word for everything, the word “country” means both the territory and the government.
Other People’s ClothesPhotographs by Caleb Cole
Clothes make a life.
AbominationsPaintings by Ryan McLennan
Against all rules, competitive species engage in quasi-natural acts that involve complex relays of communication.
Lagos Photo FestivalCollection edited by Glenna Gordon
A selection of work from the 2011 Lagos Photo Festival by forty photographers from around the world.
The Land of OśPhotographs by Danny Ghitis
The grandson of a Holocaust survivor visits the town that was home to Auschwitz.
Cockettes’ CuspPhotographs by Pooneh Maghazehe
In these photographs, a series of linked histories are forced together in Utah’s deserted Bonneville Salt Flats.
Fishing for TimePhotographs by Candace Feit
A photographer finds accidental sculpture throughout India’s Tamil Nadu.
Miniature ShrinesInstallations by Legacy Russell
The artist’s installations of shrines in Manhattan’s East Village honor people who lived and died in the neighborhood.
The Kaddu Wasswa ArchivePhotographs by Andrea Stultiens
An exploration of a Ugandan man’s legacy.
NocturnePaintings by Chad Wys
Reframing Victorian aesthetics.
Simulating IraqPhotographs by Claire Beckett
Imagining the war before the war.
SummerlandPhotographs by Benjamin Donaldson
A series of photographs in which, under hypnosis, subjects are instructed to experience the most beautiful landscape imaginable.
Continental DriftPhotographs by Marion Belanger
This geologic boundary has no regard for political allegiance; it was not determined by wars, by financial interest, or national demarcation.
Self StudyBy Natalie N. Abbassi, guest-edited by Nina Berman
In each image I’ve incorporated myself twice, once as the Iranian and once as the American.
People of the CloudsBy Matt Black, guest-edited by Nina Berman
In the mountains of rural Mexico, a photographer documents the space between staying and going.
Seeing DoubleBy Nina Berman
Two photographers illuminate the effects of migration in a rural village and one’s own body.
Paris StupidesBy Florent Morellet
What if a site with the exact geographical features of Paris had existed at another spot on the globe?
Chernobyl ZoneBy Andrej Krementschouk
There’s something almost magical about the zone. Nature grows exuberantly, wild animals reproduce. There are even people living in Chernobyl.
FieldworkBy Sanna Kannisto
Since 1997, I have spent several months each year living alongside biologists in the rainforests of Peru, Brazil, French Guyana, and Costa Rica. As an artist I am attracted to the idea that when I am working in a rainforest, I am a “visual researcher.”