Photographer Stephen Shames documented the Black Panther Party over seven years, creating the definitive record of America’s Black nationalist movement.
Magnum photographers reflect on the enormous role empathy and human connection play in their work, including Jim Goldberg, Diana Markosian and Newsha Tavakolian.
Over seven years, photographer Stephen Shames created the definitive visual record of the Black Panther Party, from their political organising to free food programmes.
Danny Lyon pioneered a new form of photojournalism in the 1960s, getting deep with his subjects and seeing the world through their eyes: in prisons, biker gangs and in the Civil Rights Movement.
Whether he's shooting skaters in Havana, fancy cuisine in Ibiza or fishermen in Senegal, photographer Adrian Morris is a master at his craft.
New York based photographer Pete Voelker's passion for activism sees him immortalising some of the most important political movements of the 21st century.
What do you do for fun when you live in a country shunned by the rest of the world? Armed with a camera and questions, Julia Autz immersed herself in Transnistrian life to find out.
How a simple snapshot of everyday life became a global movement that’s shifting attitudes around the world.
Magnum photographer Chris Steele-Perkins reflects on the enduring legacy of The Teds as his classic documentary series goes on display for the first time in nearly 40 years.
Celebrate World Photography Day 2016 by checking out Huck's favourite photography stories of the year so far: these ten stories will remind you of just how powerful a photo can be.
Featuring citizen journalism collective Mídia Ninja, the Real Game project shows the Rio Olympics in a way you won’t see in the mainstream media.
When photographer Mike Belleme set out to capture a portrait of America in 2016, he found a nation teetering on a precipice of change and riddled with insecurity. But unlike the hard lines of black-and-white campaigns, fear in the heart is a nuanced spectrum.