Editorial Stories

From fashion to documentaries and archives, discover unique stories from the world of Sixteen Journal.

  1. Vlad Molodez, Altai Mountains

    Vlad Molodez shoots a small town community in the Siberian Altai Mountains.
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  2. Thalia Gochez, LatinX

    Thalia Gochez documents her Latin community in Los Angeles for Sixteen Journal Volume 9.
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  3. Cristina García Rodero, España Oculta

    This project culminated in her book España Oculta published in 1989, which won the “Book of the Year Award” at the Arles Festival of Photography.
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  4. Samuel Bradley, Flamenco New Voices

    Samuel Bradley shoots Flamenco New Voices Alejandra Hernández, Carmen Ledesma, Israel Fernández and José del Tomate.
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  5. Xavier Encinas, Sketched of Spain

    Xavier Encinas captures Spanish traditions for Sixteen Journal Volume 9.
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  6. Juan Brenner, Maximón

    Maximón, “The one who existed before the earth took form,” accord- ing to Tz’utijil beliefs. This pre-Columbian deity was the only one authorized for worship by the Spanish priests.
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  7. Merrick Morton, West Coast Portraits from the Hood, 1980-1996

    Beginning in 1980, Merrick Morton set about going to East and South Central Los Angeles—traveling as far as San Diego—to document street gang culture.
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  8. Sam Gregg, San Juan del Rio

    Sam Gregg shoots San Juan del Rio grieving context for Sixteen Journal Volume 9.
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  9. Thalia Gochez, Lady Lowrider Car Club

    Thalia Gochez shoots Sandy Avila president of Lady Lowrider Car Club in Pasadena.
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  10. Rahim Fortune, Black Rodeo

    Rahim Fortune captures Black American Rodeo in Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas for Sixteen Journal Volume 8.
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  11. Carlos Jaramillo, Tierra Del Sol

    Photographer Carlos Jaramillo finds parallels between his current home city of Los Angeles, and McAllen, Texas, the small border town where he was born.
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  12. Ward&Kweskin, You're skating on Native Land

    Ward&Kweskin shoots Apache Skateboards team in Tuba City, AZ during the Western Navajo Nation Fair.
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