A Peace of My Mind – Exploring the Meaning of Peace: Hudlin Wagner, Florence Tsukayama & Zafar Siddiqui
I believe in the goodness of human beings. A large percentage of people around the world do share a deep desire for peace, but we don’t often exercise a means of achieving it.
Being the Flow – Claudio Basso: Zen Photographer
Our Boonoonoos Children (*a terms of endearment, an expression of beauty, wonderfulness, ecstatic joy) is about affirming that our children are special individuals and that they should be protected, they should be listened to, and most importantly they should be allowed to speak.
Carol Armstrong: Eye of the Hand, Lens of the Mind, Part I
In this rare interview, Carol Armstrong discusses her 2009 exhibit Where Water Meets Land, in The Museum of Art, Sao Paolo, Brazil, but also takes the reader on a private journey into her fascinating world, rooted foremost in the elusive soul of a poet.
Christine Matthäi – The Light of Innocence: On Playfulness, Trees and Growing up in the former East Germany
There is a sense of freedom and longing in the photography of Christine Matthäi. Whether her subject is flowers, trees or children emerging from a shadowy pool of water, Matthäi gives her viewers an escape from the noise of hard lines into an enchanted and sensual world where light and shadow merge seamlessly.
Confessions at Midrange: The Voices and Faces of Palestine
Drummers on Ice
Every Face Tells a Story: A Conversation with Photographer, Beowulf Sheehan
Faces of Ecuador, Part Three
Faces of Ecuador: Part One
Faces of Ecuador: Part Two
Fearless in the Galapagos: By Caroline Sutton
In the Galapagos Ecuadorean eco-cops and the jagged lava rocks themselves never let you forget that the land is the animals’ — we the visitors.
Portrait of the Bosphorus
Read With Me
The locations and circumstances wherein people choose to read can be remarkable, particular in an urban environment.
Remembering September 11th, 2001: A Culture Infused with War
For four days I sat in front of the television unable to move. I watched the towers being hit over and over in constant replay with camera zoom-ins of office workers jumping, even of a man and a woman holding hands as they jumped. I started having nightmares soon after.
The Childhood Memories Series by Jacqueline Bishop
Vividness: Up Close and Personal With Carol Armstrong – Part II
In part II of our interview, the reader continues along the path toward understanding the deeply spiritual mind and vivid world of Carol Armstrong.
What It Means to Yearn: One Photograph by Seydou Keita
To walk into a room of Seydou Keita portraits is to encounter the kind of visual exuberance generally associated with Matisse—only in black and white.