Gordon Parks used his camera as a ‘weapon’ to fight racism, intolerance and poverty – paving the way for others to blur the line between artist and activist.
Larry Clark's images of wayward teens shocked America – but that brutal vision of suburbia helped skateboarder Ed Templeton realise that his own life could be a muse.
The US prison system is an overcrowded wasteland of wayward lives. But a handful of photographers, armed with exceptional access, are determined to humanise people shunned by society.
Photographer Jason Reblando uncovers one of the most ambitious but overlooked programs in American history: the 'anti-capitalist' neighbourhoods designed to bring people together.
Huck photographer Tom Jamieson goes for a wander through the squares of London where the lines between public and private space are starting to blur.
Mustafah Abdulaziz links disparate places and issues by throwing a piece of himself into everything he shoots.
Photographer Daniel Soares has crafted an ode to the city that never sleeps: a series of late-night snapshots that distil its unmistakable energy.
As Ukraine erupted in conflict, Brendan Hoffman jumped on the next flight – confronting his own shattered reality in the process.
Language barriers don't matter when you can speak skate, as nomadic photographer Jonathan Mehring discovered.
From Alaska to Afghanistan, photographer Ed Gold has spent three decades getting off-grid, giving a voice to those whose everyday lives go overlooked.
Ying Ang grew up on Australia's Gold Coast, where a dark underworld formed part of everyday life. But finally going back home, at the age of 30, illuminated what drives her.
Max Eicke spent three years photographing dominatrixes, building up enough trust to dig beneath the surface of stereotypes, masks and roles.