Photo Essay

Photo Essay

Saskia Kahn's Skatepark Baltimore is an ongoing, collaborative, photo-based art project

Skatepark Baltimore is an ongoing, photo-based art project about resilience, love, and identity.

Micah E. Wood's intimate portraits capture a bold musical vision

Color-saturated images of favorite Baltimore-based bands inspired by fashion, design, and art

At Baltimore's Milk & Ice Vintage, Clothing Offers Histories of Resilience and Innovation

Models Abbey Parrish and Paris Roberts bring historic vintage pieces to life in a photo essay by Jill Fannon

This photo essay by Gregory McKay might make you fall in love with Baltimore

Harmonious images of Baltimore created after six years, tens of thousands of photos, and thousands of miles on a bike with a camera.

Photos by Josh Sinn from the release party for Turnstile’s latest project, Glow On at Clifton Park

A throng of Baltimore people protected stage divers from being hurt, allowing the brave and die-hard fans to leap into a sea of fans and surf in ecstasy and glory.

An art dog photo essay with images from Issue 11 and outtakes

Canine Comfort: Our Art Dogs, a series of portraits of dogs in Baltimore-based artists' studios

And all your beautiful #CrownSelfies

What does the future hold for those venues, bars, and clubs that facilitate the communion of music and crowd?

A photo essay collaboration between a Baltimore-based photographer and his daughter

The National Aquarium in Baltimore is a place for our children to wonder, dream, and stare starry-eyed at a world much larger than their home. 

Animals and infrastructure of the Baltimore Zoo

Tsucalas's work is punctuated with razor-sharp compositions, a curious sensitivity, and a plucky sense of humor, both romantic and critical.

Photos by Jill Fannon capture these beautiful, tragic, and weirdly punctual insects

Brood X is the largest of all the cohorts of 17-year periodical cicadas, and they are here for just one reason.

For every experience lost during this year of quiet, do we gain something else?

I tend to pair images together to complicate things, to show that my life is not one thing or another, that there is always a subtext or a tangent or a side story and nothing is simple.

Hellzones, moments, and several stages of limbo

I don’t fully register when the anxieties of one reality morph into ten other kinds in this new reality, but April is where it is, in my head.

Photos of protest during the Trump years

Far from a comprehensive depiction of any one type of protest, Giordano focuses on the signs and symbols, human figures and crowds, to create a multi-faceted portrait of a movement and sometimes, a counter-movement.

A photo essay of front yard light displays

Baltimore's unique holiday light displays from a variety of neighborhoods

Diptychs from February 2020, capturing moments just before the shutdown, and the months that have followed

"I think of them as meditations on how injury is unavoidable and what that means for how we care for one another."

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