Time Magazine's Lightbox series has posted an article titled A Day at the Beach: The Photographs That Moved Them Most, which includes Laub's image Abir, Munir, And Sullman Jaffa, 2002, from the series Testimony.
The Wall Street Journal has published a story titled Star Wars, about construction and competition at New York's luxury department stores, which includes photos by Matthew Pillsbury.
The New Yorker has published a story about Christopher Payne's images of the Verizon Building in New York.
Gillian Laub's Southern Rites is selected by TIME editor of Photography and Visueal Enterprise Kira Pollack as one of the best photobooks of 2015.
"A window into the visual rhythm of Calcutta, McPhee's show leaves us yearning to see more". - Kat Herriman on Laura McPhee's The Home and The World: A View of Calcutta
The competition is supported by the Korean government and is organized by UNESCO and the Ministry of Information and Culture in Afghanistan. Their goal is to focus attention on the cultural and natural richness around us that has been overlooked or forgotten by decades of war.
Los Angeles Review of Books' Michael Kurcfeld interviews Paolo Pellegrin and Alex Majoli to discuss their latest book, Congo.