Through a series of evocative portraits, photographer Njaimeh Njie explores black womanhood in Pittsburgh.
With his Nearsighted series, photographer Tom Souzer gets up close and personal with the people of Downtown Pittsburgh.
At one time, Aliquippa was home to the world's largest steel mill. When the mill closed in 1984, however, it left the town with no clear path forward.
In a series of striking and idiosyncratic portraits, Jack D. Teemer, Jr. offers an unvarnished look at life in the American Rust Belt of the 1980s.
Lance Scott Walker and Peter Beste offer an unparalleled portrait of the neighborhoods and clubs where Houston's renowned rap scene was born.
Photojournalist Stephanie Strasburg explores present-day realities in the mill towns that dot the Monongahela and Allegheny River Valleys.
In the series Jimmy Stewart Doesn't Live Here Anymore, Justin Visnesky looks at the shadow of celebrity in a small Pennsylvania town.
In Purgatory and Paradise, photographer Meryl Meisler juxtaposes her family life on Long Island with disco-era New York in the 1970s.
Photographer Jay Brown offers an unvarnished look at four decades of underground music.
With his Homespun series, photographer Jake Reinhart explores Pittsburgh's postindustrial identity.