A year since India's COVID-19 lockdown, photographers talk us through their most defining images of the pandemic
A collection of images that defined the year since the 24 March 2020 lockdown, narrated in the voices of photographers who shot them.
Ordinary, working-class families used the camera to represent themselves in their full humanity.
Women Street Photographers: Gulnara Samoilova curates works that are tender and funny, mysterious and unsettling
The book showcases the work of 100 women around the world today using cameras and cell phones to capture the lyrical moments of everyday life — what Henri Cartier-Bresson once called “the decisive moment.”
Collectors Cherye R and James F Pierce have given the museum more than 260 important photographs and have further promised another 300 works in the future.
Faded Glory: A photographer's depiction of the Chhau, Ghora naach, through nostalgia and an archivist lens
In Faded Glory, isolated artists can be seen casually lounging in their regal costumes amid the village landscape — perhaps indicating that they are as integral to Purulia’s natural setting as are the trees, the river and the hills.
Rooftops as an antidote to the lockdown: A photographer documents people's shared joys, closeness on terraces
On a rooftop, it is possible to convince yourself that not everything has changed since the pandemic: it’s still possible to spend time with family outdoors, to play the odd game of cricket, to meet friends and relatives.
In Sebastiao Salgado's photography, a piercing reflection on the pathos of climate change, migration
Intensely political yet captivating, Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado’s body of work examines the beauty and brutality of the human condition. More recently, his photographs serve as an ode to the planet — an optimistic view of what we must save and celebrate.
Six months since India’s coronavirus lockdown was declared, how are people marking the passage of time?
Dialects of Silence: Parul Sharma's black-and-white photographs capture the solitude of a locked down Delhi
In her latest book, Dialects of Silence: Delhi Under Lockdown, fine art photographer Parul Sharma captures her closest encounters with the sighs, sorrows and consolations of a city in despair
Noted German-Argentine photographer Gerardo Korn combines his eternal love for Buenos Aires, the so-called Paris of South America with his childhood fascination for cars. Some of the models featured in his project include the likes of Torino, Dodge, Rambler, Peugeot, Chevy, Chevrolet, among others, of the late 1960s and '70s.
Family Albums From Ladakh: Nostalgia and memory converge in a rare examination of the 'Ladakhi' identity
Family Albums From Ladakh by Ladakh Arts and Media Organisation (LAMO) focuses on how representations of the region changed with the arrival of photography.
Through Her Lens: Online exhibition encourages dialogue on representation in the North East through photography, archiving
The project's aim has been to record the impact of the COVID-19 lockdown on women and marginalised communities in the northeastern states, and engage with visual storytelling as a form of research and archiving.
The Friday List: From a class on silhouette portraits to a reading of Eidgah Ke Jinnat, your weekly calendar of virtual events
Every Friday, we'll bring you a curated list of online experiences — performances, talks, tours, screenings — to mark on your weekly calendar.
Through a set of 64 Instagram stories, visual artist Linesh Desai has attempted to juxtapose what Mumbai was before the lockdown, with what it looks like right now, when life has seemingly come to a halt
For more than 1,700 miles, stretching from the Gangotri Glacier in the Himalayas to the Bay of Bengal, the Ganga flows across the plains like a timeline of India's past, nourishing an extraordinary wealth of life.
WaterAid commissioned 10 visual artists from across the Global South to interpret the far-reaching impact access to clean water and decent sanitation has on people’s lives and the role these vital basics play in the realisation of other human rights
PIX’s Personal Paradigms demonstrates how actions taken in private domain can change public spheres, start important conversations
In putting together these bodies of photographic work in this issue of PIX’s Personal Paradigms, the editorial team does allow for the reading that everything isn’t as it is: that the simple act of recovering deeply-buried family albums can topple truths.
How does the 'everyday' change when you're living through a pandemic? These photographs tell the story of the coronavirus crisis as seen through everyday objects.
Four photographers have founded the Prints for India project, which aims to raise funds for India's most vulnerable, through the sale of 70 prints by 60 contributors.
'There's no plan for this sort of photography': PTI's Atul Yadav on the migrant crisis' most defining image so far
PTI chief photo correspondent Atul Yadav's photograph of Rampukar Pandit is the defining image of the coronavirus-induced migrant crisis in India