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.
When it comes to sex work current debates are consumed by ethics and morals. Photographer Jessica Kelly has set out to shoot intimate portraits of some of London's male sex workers, in the hope of stripping away the stigma surrounding the industry.
Italian photographer Giacomo Cosua’s show ‘I’m Not Afraid’ documents youth determined to express themselves - no matter what - around the globe.
When Adam Patterson joined the BBC to tell the story of the Chilean miners trapped underground, the only way to capture their experience was to drop a camera down the hole.
Organic and personal from the start, skater and photographer Ian Kenneth Bird’s first exhibition features soft black-and-white portraits of his friends and fellow skaters.
Magnum photographer Peter Marlow died of cancer in February 2016 at the age of just 63. Now an exhibition, featuring his works selected by colleagues will allow us a glimpse into his archive.
Afghan photographer Mujtaba Jalali has been documenting the journey of refugees as they make their way across foreign lands and hostile borders. But he’s no outsider. The journey is his own.
Edward Barber’s exhibition 'Peace Signs' explores the complex connection between warning and celebration in the 1980s anti-nuclear movement.