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Issue FLYP +: The Life Underground

The Life Underground

Deep below New York City’s bustling streets lies a dangerous world inhabited by “sandhogs.” Photographer Gina LeVay offers a portal into their domain.

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Issue 35

Best Face Forward

Master photographer Dan Winters caps an award-winning career with a collection of his life’s work.

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Issue 35

Under the Sea

Biologist and deep-sea explorer Dr. Edie Widder has invented the first camera designed to capture images of the never-before-seen creatures that inhabit the ocean’s depths.

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Issue FLYP +: Dust to Dust

Dust to Dust

David Maisel’s photographs of decaying urns give new form to long-forgotten lives.

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Issue 31

Standing Behind Avedon

A guided tour through the fashion work of Richard Avedon by a woman who knew the enigmatic photographer as few ever did.

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Issue 31

Timbertown

Photographer Eirik Johnson finds beauty in a region caught between its past and future.

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Blog: FLYP Notes
   Shirine Gill’s Untitled (2007) Lyle Rexer’s view of abstract pho …
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Issue 29

The End: Seeing the Abstract

Photo critic Lyle Rexer examines what images leave unseen.

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Blog: FLYP Notes
  Jonathan Torgovnik on a visit to Rwanda. Photo courtesy of Aperture …
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Issue 27

The End: Master of War

Josef Koudelka talks about his iconic images of the 1968 Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia and why they matter in a world still at war.

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