A New York exhibition is offering 12 emerging visual artists the chance to share their views on queer life, love and representation.
Fusing Mexican-American culture with a DIY punk spirit, the underground Chicano art scene of the late ’60s and early ’90s is finally celebrated a new exhibition.
For five years, photographer Jess T. Dugan and social worker Vanessa Fabbre travelled across the US to hear – and share – the rarely heard stories of the country’s older trans citizens.
Represent: Hip-Hop Photography is a new show exploring the immense cultural legacy of the genre, bringing together years of rarely seen, iconic imagery.
A new exhibition celebrates the legendary filmmaker’s early beginnings as a photographer, with rarely seen imagery from film sets, boxing rings & the streets of New York.
Letso Leipego captures the locals and landscapes of his native country for his ongoing photography project, Tell My Story.
Five decades ago, the streets of Lower Manhattan were torn apart to make way for homes for higher-income communities. Danny Lyon shot the city that was left behind.
Photographer Kapil Das turns his lens on India for his new book Something So Clear – serving up a fun, surreal and multifaceted portrait of his home country.
We chat to legendary Magnum photographer Susan Meiselas about memory, Mediations, and what she’s learned from four decades in the business.
In an extraordinary, freshly uncovered photo series taken between the late 70s and 80s, Meryl Meisler celebrates the local communities of the Lower East Side.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Seattle chapter of the BPP this year, 16 artists are joining forces to reveal how much the formidable activist group have shaped their work.
For his new book, The Gamblers, photographer Martin Amis shoots the punters of Southern England’s racecourses – capturing a spirited, diverse and vibrant community.