Thirty-seven Picture Shows from around the World
Earlier this year, we started running new collections of photos from prominent and up-and-coming photographers who are exploring the world in...
Earlier this year, we started running new collections of photos from prominent and up-and-coming photographers who are exploring the world in interesting ways. We call them Picture Shows, and each Wednesday we feature a new artist's work. So far we've run 37 of these Picture Shows, which have offered visual explorations on a range of topics: the closing of a GM plant in Ohio, the contents of strangers' refrigerators, and the way of life in a roadside camp for Nashville's homeless are but a few. Our most recent one explores life inside the Bellavista prison in Medellín, Colombia, from the perspective of the inmates.
If you like them, then remember to come back each Wednesday, or simply subscribe to the RSS feed. The above map shows the ground we've covered thus far, and we're eager to find compelling visual series in new territory-like maybe Russia or Mauritania or Bouvet Island or Brunei.
We'd love to hear your thoughts on this growing collection-whether you're a photographer with a project to submit (which you can do at photo [at] goodinc [dot] com), someone who knows of a collection you'd like to nominate, or just an interested community member with an opinion to share.