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Susi, 16 years old, Dortmund, April—June 1999. Gitta Seiler’s “About Girls” takes a photographic look at young women in difficult situations, drawing on images she made between 1999 and 2009, in Germany and Russia. The book is presented in four sections: "Aborted," "Unwanted," "Jailed," and "Ran Away." Click through for more selection of Seiler's photographs on our Photo Booth blog.

Young Women in Trouble

Gitta Seiler’s “About Girls” takes a photographic look at young women in difficult situations, drawing on images she made between 1999 and in …

Richard Avedon - Alan Bennett in London, January 20, 1993.

In celebration of the redesign of Photo Booth, here’s a look back at Richard Avedon’s portraits of writers commissioned by The New Yorker.

"Everybody makes mistakes; sometimes people make beautiful ones." Photographer Olivia Arthur put down her camera to tell us a little about her favorite mistake: http://nyr.kr/L7Wixp #Photography #Mistake

Great Mistakes: Olivia Arthur

Octavia Butler’s mom was a maid who was only allowed to enter white homes through back doors. It was an experience that would stay with Butler the rest of her life. As an African-American woman writing science fiction, there just weren’t many other people like her working in the genre at the time. If it seems like speculative fiction authors today are a more diverse crowd than other genres, we have tough pioneers like Butler to thank for that.

Five Women Writers Tougher Than Hemingway

Octavia Butler --- (June 1947 – February was an American science fiction writer. Recipient of the Hugo, the Nebula awards, & the first science fiction writer to receive the MacArthur Foundation Genius Grant.

Tomasz Lazar’s photographs capture individuals moving through a prismatic world: http://nyr.kr/19ey3xR

Tokyo Reflections

Tomasz Lazar’s photographs capture individuals moving through a prismatic world

Mother (Nettie Hunt) and daughter (Nickie) sit on steps of the Supreme Court building on May 18, 1954, the day following the Court's historic decision in Brown v. Board of Education. #thurgoodmarshall

Nettie Hunt and her daughter Nickie sit on the steps of the U. Supreme Court site, after the high court's ruling in the Brown vs. Board of Education case

Malik Fakhrat owns a tea shop in one of Kabul bazaars. “Corruption has risen so much since 2004, police and officials come and ask for money every day. It’s impossible.” Two of his older sons had left the country illegally in 2010. They reached Germany and applied for asylum. >>Click-through to see a slideshow of Mikhail Galustov's Afghan Faces: http://nyr.kr/VlWaAx

Mikhail Galustov’s Afghan Faces

Malik Fakhrat owns a tea shop in one of Kabul bazaars. “Corruption has risen so much since 2004, police and officials come and ask for money every day. It’s impossible.” Two of his older sons had left the country illegally in 2010. They reached Germany and applied for asylum. >>Click-through to see a slideshow of Mikhail Galustov's Afghan Faces: http://nyr.kr/VlWaAx

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