Playing Hanafuda With The Hand You're Dealt
Photographer Will Matsuda reinterprets hanafuda, a Japanese game that translates to “flower cards.”
June 2018, NPR
What Does Gentrification Look Like in an Overwhelmingly White City?
In Portland, Oregon, photographer Ricardo Nagaoka records a community pushed to the margins.
May 2018, Lens - The New York Times
Why Aren’t There Any Famous Asian American Photographers?
Three young artists discuss the histories, struggles, and complexities of making photographs in America today.
November 2017, Aperture
Chris Maggio’s Great American Facade
In a new body of work, the photographer confronts the post-election U.S. landscape with dark humor.
October 2017, Aperture
Myles Loftin Wants to Change the Conversation About Black Youth
Picturing friends and family in vivid colors, the nineteen-year-old photographer reframes representations of masculinity.
June 2017, Aperture
On the Edge of the American Dream
How have West Coast photographers subverted the mythology of California?
April 2017, Aperture