Michael Golembeski, the director of the WindDancer Foundation, is adding a historical flair to his wild horses and burros photography exhibit.
The pioneering photojournalist tramped across the country, fought for Native American rights in the Southwest, advised a president, and helped shape the development of Los Angeles.
In a digital age, this photographer keeps his methods classic.
Quick, before it gentrifies beyond recognition: Lars Åberg and Lars Strandberg have produced an inviting look into the Bay Area counterculture houseboat community of Sausalito.
Tending to livestock in Nevada’s Great Basin was and is a lonely job. But the life and the landscape aren’t as sparse as they might seem.
Photographer Erika Haight had the honor of beading — and being — with members of the Montana Crow family who have adopted her.
An Arizona politician left behind a legacy of photographs.
In the world of rodeo, the Miles City Bucking Horse Sale is in a category all by itself.
The artist combined painting with old black-and-white photos for a career that has lasted more than 40 years.