Photojournalist Margaret Bourke-White dedicated her life to photography, including a trip to South Africa during the "dawn of the anti-apartheid era."
Early Photographs of African American Soldiers at The National Museum of African American History and Culture
The Prickitt album in the NMAAC is a rare coincidence of names and photographs of Colored Troops fighting for the Union in the Civil War.
Images of children in wartime, like those from Aleppo, can shock the world. But what happens after that isn't so clear.
What can we learn from Lonely City artists like David Wojnarowicz in our age of hyper-connectivity?