A special feature on the photobook curated by Serge Allaire
In June 7, 1964, a driving rain buckled dams and flooded vehicles on the Blackfeet Reservation, sweeping crying children from mothers’ arms, and ferrying homes and bodies across the prairie. By the…
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In her show The Ecstatic Nudes, artist Ella Cooper wants subvert and empower through a photographic exploration of black joy.
Source: These photos of nude black women in the Canadian landscape are here to question our assumptions | CBC Arts
Reels of stunning film of the untamed Arctic, rediscovered after decades in a dusty attic, have inspired a former fur trader to retrace his steps through Canada’s North, with his son at this side.
Source: Last of the fur traders: Edmonton filmmaker inspires father to retrace his Arctic past – Edmonton – CBC News
Manitobans look back on the 1997 flood that silenced the Prairie province
Source: Even the birds were gone
These are the stunning images which show the United States at a time when it was transforming from a land of exploration into a nation, with the rapid industrialization of the mid-19th century.
Source: Vintage photographs show the 19th century US landscape | Daily Mail Online
‘Visible Distance Second Sight’ is an art installation by Jennifer Bolande for DesertX. The temporary work can be found along the Gene Autry Trail near Vista Chino, CA
Source: Artist Replaces Billboards with Photos of the Landscapes They’re Blocking «TwistedSifter