Paul Kitagaki Jr., the son of Japanese American Internment Camp internees, tracked down survivors to document their experiences for his book Behind Barbed Wire.
One man’s effort to photograph 12,000 animal species in captivity includes haunting images of those threatened by extinction.
Known for his arresting portraits of ranchers and the West, Scott T. Baxter's work is in the collection of several museums — and the Spring 2019 Issue of Alta.
Cultural anthropologist Jim Heimann has collected scores of (mostly bygone) examples of "programmatic architecture" into his book “California Crazy: American Pop Architecture.”
Serge Ramelli's latest photography book aims his lens on his adopted home of Los Angeles — a city in which this self-taught photographer still hopes to find fame.
Chicano murals up and down the coast of California are in danger of disappearing but a new exhibit at the California Historical Society aims to protect and preserve these large-scale art pieces.
Photographer Burt Glinn captured the previously monochromatic world of the Beat Generation in vibrant color — considerably heightening our appreciation of all levels of the Beats’ Bohemia.
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