Over a period spanning three decades, US photographer William E. Crawford captures the Vietnamese capital’s transformation in the post-war years.
For their first square print sale of 2018, Magnum invite photographers to explore and reexamine their own personal relationship with freedom.
At the age of 23, photographer Philippe Chancel embedded himself with two rockabilly gangs who lived life on the edge. Now, over 35 years later, the images have finally come to light.
When Dotan Saguy made the leap from business developer to street photographer, he immersed himself in a real-life circus on the verge of being gentrified.
Street photographer Ryan Weideman drove a New York City cab for decades. With one eye on the road and a camera in his hand, every passenger became a story, every trip a wild ride.
To combat an industry overrun by a small pool of perspectives, two photography platforms have teamed up to champion voices that would otherwise go unheard.
From funerals to erotica, every industry has its own trade show. Photographer Robert Rutöd has spent 10 years finding out what makes them so bizarrely unique.
For her latest project, photographer Jennifer Loeber reconnects with Lorelei – a middle-aged trans woman who she first met as a teen.
Photographer Rhiannon Adam spent three months on the isolated Pitcairn Island, where she discovered a lonely, isolated community overshadowed by tales of abuse.
In the first part of a new series, photographer Moises Saman returns to the country of his birth, and discovers a new connection with his Peruvian heritage.
As part of a long-term project, photographer Åke Ericson has spent almost a decade photographing different Roma communities across the continent.
Roland Brockmann spent two years in Kenya and Tanzania, gathering stories from those largely ignored by international media: people just quietly navigating the ups-and-downs of life.