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The Bigger Picture

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    Scenes From Friday’s Abortion-Rights Protest Outside the Supreme Court“I deserve access to health care. My daughter deserves access to health care.”
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    My Fire IslandMost people don’t think about accessibility on the island until someone like me gets there.
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    Queens of a Certain Age Deserve All the FlowersWith Legends of Drag, Harry James Hanson and Devin Antheus compile a living history alongside phenomenal portraits of drag icons.
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    Scenes From the March for Our Lives D.C. Rally“I have been doing this since Parkland happened. I can’t believe we are still coming back.”
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    We Are Surrounded by GodsCamila Falquez’s meticulously arranged photographs unveil everyday deities in all their splendor.
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    ‘I Feel Like We’re Going Back to the Stone Age’Talking fear, rage, and hope with abortion-rights protesters in Foley Square.
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    The Thing She CarriedPhotographers Jean-Marc Caimi and Valentina Piccinni asked Ukrainian refugees to show one important item they were able to take with them from home.
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    My Miscarriage, in PhotosWhen I got pregnant, my partner took out his camera. In the turbulent weeks after, he never put it down.
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    ‘I Didn’t Want to Leave My Dad, But I Had To’Mariia and Elina, sisters from Kyiv, documented their family’s journey from Ukraine to Germany in photos.
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    Capturing JeongHow do you photograph the invisible connections we share with loved ones? Like this.
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    Love, Loss, Distance: Finding FamilyDeSean McClinton-Holland’s photographs are an ode to the Black family unit.
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    My Miscarriage, in PhotosWhen I got pregnant, my partner took out his camera. In the turbulent weeks after, he never put it down.
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    Capturing the Joy of Black GirlhoodAt two new exhibitions, both in Newark and both thanks to the work of sisters Scheherazade and Salamishah Tillet.
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    Wrestling Has a Dark Side. But for Some, It’s a Safe Space.Photographer Sofie Vasquez spent a year traveling the country, documenting the indie-wrestling scene.
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    Longing for FamilySydney Mieko King’s “Entanglement” conceptualizes the body as a container of ancestral memory.
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    Her Love of Dance Led Her to Be a CuratorIsolde Brielmaier uses movement to inspire her curation process.
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    A Different Kind of Family Photo AlbumWith Santa Barbara, photographer Diana Markosian recreates and reimagines her mother’s pursuit of the American Dream.
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    As Seen on Riis BeachDancing, smoking, and playing all summer long at New York’s queerest seashore.
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    A New Kind of Sports PhotographyAlice Mann’s award-winning series showcases a South African subculture: drum majorettes.
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    Beautiful DisruptionA closer look at photographer Nadine Ijewere’s first solo show.
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    Envisioning Hidden HistoriesAvion Pearce’s photographs imagine a Black lesbian love story for the ages.
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    Our Mothers, OurselvesMagdalena Wosinska’s family photos will make you want to call your mom.
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    This Solange-Approved Photographer Is Releasing a BookA first look at Carlota Guerrero’s Tengo un Dragón Dentro del Corazón.
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    A Gathering of Radical LovePhotos from “Protect Asian Lives,” a tender space for queer Asians, by queer Asians.
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    Gender Dysphoria / Gender EuphoriaPortraits by — and for — the trans and nonbinary community.
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    A Day of Solidarity Amid Rising Anti-Asian ViolencePhotos from a Black and Asian solidarity protest in New York, by the photographer Stephanie Mei-Ling.
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    Jasmin Hernandez Made the Coolest Coffee-Table Photo BookLet the Gallery Gurls founder tell you about it, and give you a look inside.
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    Another Year TogetherPhotographer Lula Hyers documented New Year’s Eve with her pod.
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    A Quiet New Year’s Eve in BaltimorePhotographer Shan Wallace takes a walk around her city.
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    A Mother and Daughter Spend New Year’s Eve Together“It was a day filled with home improvement shows, snacking, and deep conversation.”
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    A Place for Artists to Hit ResetJasmine Clarke’s photographs capture moments of Black joy at a residency upstate.
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    A Fascination With FamilyPhotographer Prin Rodriguez explores her personal history and ancestral archive.
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    All You Need Are Wheels and a MaskDuring the pandemic, a Brooklyn basketball court has become a makeshift roller rink.
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    Four Years Later, a Citywide PartyIn the seconds after major news networks called Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 election, New Yorkers exhaled loudly, in unison.
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    Prospect Park Is the (Only) Place to BeOne October weekend of socially distanced socializing.
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    A Cinephile’s Dream-Travel Bucket ListThe Accidentally Wes Anderson Instagram account is releasing a book.
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    Catharsis in Central ParkDonavon Smallwood photographs strangers taking refuge in New York’s green spaces.
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    ‘This Is Breonna Taylor’s Home’: Scenes From LouisvillePhotographer J.D. Barnes captures the anguish and the outrage over the grand jury’s decision in Breonna Taylor’s killing.
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    Inside Pomegranate Press’ Fifth-Anniversary BookSee photographs from 12 emerging artists.
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    Jumping for JusticeChris Facey’s photographs recall summer in the ’90s.
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    On the Front Lines of the Portland ProtestsAs protesters face down Trump’s heavily armed “secret police,” photographer JD Barnes has been capturing the chaos.
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    Exploring the Complexities of Latinidad and CommunityIn the Bronx Documentary Center’s third annual American Foto Festival.
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    The Secondhand Refrigerators Feeding New YorkersCommunity fridges across the city are fighting food insecurity, reducing waste, and uniting neighbors.
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    Portrait of a Place: Sucre, ColombiaPhotographer Josefina Santos captures her mother’s hometown, a part of her own identity.
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    See the Second Lives of Drive-in Movie Theaters“People make a purposeful trip to visit these places. They’re invested.”
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    Taking Back the LensA collective bolstering visibility in photography invites you to “See in Black.”
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    70-Plus Photographers Unite in Fundraising Initiative Against Systemic RacismReframing the Future is working with photographers and graphic designers to fundraise for National Bail Out and the Marsha P. Johnson Institute.
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    Portraits of an Isolated Family“It is a daunting task to capture the essence of someone you love in a photograph.”
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    Photographing the New New YorkCheryl Dunn captures the city’s suddenly quiet streets.
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    Photographer Shan Wallace Revisits the Ballroom Scene of Her YouthAn intimate look at voguing culture in 2020, in New York and Baltimore.
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