On the 150th anniversary of the birth of the great 20th-century photographer and ethnologist, and the landmark republication of his masterwork, we talk about the life and legacy of Edward S. Curtis with noted expert Christopher Cardozo.
Photographer Jody Miller calls the West home, but she has chased light across the globe.
Not 10 miles from the famous western film location of Lone Pine, California, photographer Ansel Adams documented a very different chapter of western history at the Manzanar Japanese internment camp.
This award-winning Crow artist uses striking color, audacious humor, and bold imagery to present themes of race and cultural identity — and to show that being authentically Native American is a thriving, evolving thing.
Texas fine-art photographer E. Dan Klepper talks about a favorite project that grew out of the intersection of field science and photography.
C&I gives readers a behind-the-scenes look at the Ed Harris cover photo shoot.
Contemporary Native American photographers portray a gamut of subjects with a common underlying theme: the vitality and perseverance of their people and cultures.
For a 30-year inside view of contemporary Plains Indian communities, check out the Ken Blackbird Collection.
The Native photographer’s “textured portraits” reflect the continuing vibrancy of the indigenous cultures he’s captured during his long and distinguished career.