World famous photographs and their a-thousand-words-worth stories.
A look at the Times Square, a prison in Central Asia and the Laleli Mosque.
Early experiments of photographic techniques Arnold Genthe's early 20th century New Orleans, Toni Frissell's underwater fashion shoot during World War II.
Niagara River, the ancient city of Myanmar and Egypt with its eye-catching architecture...
Stories of a Face
Hunting portraits of breaker boys in Woodward Coal Mines, and racism in Mississippi through the lens of legendary photographer Dorothea Lange.
The Public and the Private
G. Eric & Edith Matson take on rapidly developing Ankara, while Walker Evans turns his camera to an uneventful Alabama kitchen.
The Boy at the Doorstep
We see a young boy ready to make his way to the street by Gordon Parks, a prominent photographer known for drawing attention to the social conditions of African Americans.
At the Spectacle
The goat carts park in front of a Coney Island theme park, while an elderly woman and a young man bid adieu in Grand Central Station.
We first visit a square in New York, followed by a temple in Egypt, and then witness a sandstorm in Texas.
In this episode, we visit three bridges: One is the literal bridge of Brooklyn, while the other two are symbolic bridges of craftsmanship and fame.
We are greeted by the children of Southern Chicago on an Easter morning, and then shift our focus to the Niagara Fall and Cairo.
Early in the Morning
The morning rhythm of three cities -New York, Philadelphia and Beirut- through photographs.
In this episode, we follow the traces of the past in Belgium, New York and Sultanahmet.
We witness the various stages of youth from America to Dagestan in the early 20th century.