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Olympic host cities pour millions of dollars into building facilities for the games, but what happens to the expensive structures when the festivities are over?
Familiar as we are with the history of the Civil Rights Movement, the day-to-day realities of segregation and racism sometimes escape us. Gordon Parks photographs the separate world of ’50s African-American society.
After a visit to Max’s Kansas City during the heyday of the burgeoning gay rights movement, Gilles Larrain sought to replicate the club’s liberated nightlife scene at his studio.
Invading natural environments with man-made structures is something we do all the time, right? Sure—but Alex Hartley does it much more eloquently.