Photographer Cristina Quicler’s image captures the fearlessness of the teenage climate activist.
As influencers peddle more sexually explicit content, Big Tech’s biggest platforms—Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter—are increasing restrictions.
Photographer Justin Sullivan’s snapshot of the California senator’s campaign office questions her ultimate message.
Each year it turns nostalgia into a hybrid, weaving together the universal and the culturally distinct.
The phrase turns a plural into a singular, an action that betrays all the ways we have come to understand contemporary identity.
Photographer Marcelo Hernandez’s image pinpoints the glory and agony of Chileans’ struggle for liberation.
In her workshop on world-building, the master fantasist schools the audience in the structural forces that cause inequality.
Josh Edelson’s photograph of downtown Los Angeles haloed in smoke forces the viewer to accept the consequences of climate change.
As the House of Representatives voted to start an official impeachment inquiry, one photograph caught the excitement at its peak.
It has moments of brilliance, but ‘Jesus Is King’ falls apart when old Kanye jockeys for position with new Kanye.
The Facebook CEO’s latest trip to Washington, where he was grilled by a skeptical Congress, is captured perfectly in this one photograph.
In the past few weeks, the basketball star has faced criticism for his responses to the protests in Hong Kong.