Photographer Stephen Shames documented the Black Panther Party over seven years, creating the definitive record of America’s Black nationalist movement.
An obsessive drive to document concerts has given Sacha Lecca unique insight into what makes live music special: chaos, intimacy and a creative force that will never be silenced.
By documenting LGBTI discrimination, Robin Hammond found himself turning from photographer to activist. Now, through a worldwide campaign, he’s using storytelling to expose oppression.
Cristina de Middel willingly plays with fact, fiction and storytelling. But her games with reality are all about finding grains of truth in a world of lies.
Photographer Siân Davey has captured what it means to turn from 16 to 18, having gained intimate access from an unlikely source: her own stepdaughter.
Photographer Carsten Beier gave his one-year-old son a disposable camera to capture the world through his own, innocent eyes, and the results are magical.
The If You Leave Showcase 2016 celebrates the photographs that pack a punch and say everything they need to say in just a single image.
Proud Women of Africa is a photo project by Julia Gunther that tells stories about the daily lives of remarkable women living or working in Africa.
Growing up in England, Christopher Bethell invented a life for a grandfather he’d never met. But after a transformative journey across the US, he uncovered another reality.
That’s What She Said gives girls and non-binary teens the space to explore the issues and anxieties of growing up in the social media age.
Photographer Shawkan remains in jail, three years after covering a Cairo demonstration. A new exhibition of his work is applying pressure for his release.
The fire of resistance is burning strong in Istanbul but as photographer Emine Gozde Sevim finds, the drive for a life of freedom – unmarked by maddening world events – extends beyond boundaries.