Christopher Herwig’s Photographs of Soviet Train Stations

From Kyivska’s Kharkiv Metro to Moscow’s Tulskaya stop, Christopher Herwig photographs Soviet-era train stations all over Ukraine, Russia, Georgia and beyond. The project (and now book) follows his previous endeavor photographing bus stations, and the result is quite stunning. Whether featuring opulent chandeliers and luxurious marble or mosaics celebrating hard work, each subterranean scene is a peek behind what was the Iron Curtain. See more …

Farewell to Legendary American Photographer Robert Frank

Documentary photographer Robert Frank has passed away at 94 years old. Frank’s seminal book of photographs, The Americans pioneered a new direction for the discipline as he depicted seemingly ordinary scenes of people from various classes. As Alex Greenberger writes for ArtNews, “Frank’s unsparing eye sought to portray things as they really were—unaestheticized, somewhat plain, more than a little dour. Yet, for all the bleakness …

Photographer Tim Walker’s Gully Queens Series for LGBTQ Charity

Since finding out about the prejudice against gay people in Jamaica, Tim Walker decided to photograph the country’s Gully Queens for a good cause. In a 2015 survey, Jamaica’s J-FLAG found that 93% of the population believed the statement “homosexuality is a sin,” and because of this belief LGBTQ+ people are subject to all kinds of bad treatment. While many women suffer “corrective rape,” members …