Today's daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Bulent Kilic's continuing coverage from the Syrian-Turkish border, where he has spent the last two weeks documenting the flood of mostly Syrian Kurdish refugees. The photographs make for a powerful portrait of desperation.
Narayan Mahon: New Nations, Living in Limbo (The New York Times Lens blog) An eight-year-long project on 'unrecognized' countries around the world, which will soon be exhibited at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art in Wisconsin.
Camera shy: the religious community that shuns the limelight (The Guardian) Sean O'Hagan writes about Jordi Ruiz Cirera's beautiful, intriguing portrait of Bolivia's Mennonites, which is published as a book titled, Los Menonos.
Editing images of ‘hell’, in close-up (AFP Correspondent blog) Roland de Courson writes about the decision-making process that goes behind sending graphic images to Agence France-Presse's photo clients.
Alejandro Cegarra (Stories — Getty Images) Interview with this year's Ian Parry Scholarship recipient, who is now a member of the Reportage by Getty Images Emerging Talent roster.
A Call for Social Change on Instagram (TIME LightBox) Open Society Foundations' photography coordinator Annick Shen tells how the organization is using social media to advance its cause.
Is This Art Photography Any Good? (Vice) Humorous video of Magnum photographer Bruce Gilden judging art photography.
Photojournalism Links is a compilation of the most interesting photojournalism found on the web, curated by Mikko Takkunen, Associate Photo Editor at TIME. Follow him on Twitter @photojournalism.