Transnistria’s first generation are finally becoming adults. With few prospects, they’re finding their way in a world that doesn’t recognise their identity.
Karine Laval never learnt the dos and don'ts of photography, instead she celebrates creating work that doesn't play by the rules.
When Emmanuelle Andrianjafy moved from Paris to Dakar she felt like an outsider in her new home. She picked up a camera, and soon the city made sense.
Photographer Lars Borges spent two years documenting California's youngest and poorest county: a once-thriving border town now home to industrial sweatshops and strip bars.
Skateboarding might have been banned in Philadelphia's LOVE Park, but for years it was a mecca for skaters in the city and beyond.
In Gimme Shelter, Florian Geiss' staged photographs show the universal frailty of what it means to be young today, while asking where do we go from here?
From Alaska to Afghanistan, photographer Ed Gold has spent three decades getting off-grid, giving a voice to those whose everyday lives go overlooked.
Photographer Marc Vallée spent two years collaborating with Thierry, documenting the personal and the political of the young sex worker's life.
Jeanine Michna-Bales photographs the Underground Railroad, the secret route and network of safe houses slaves used to escape captivity in the United States.
Brandon Thibodeaux spent eight years photographing the resilience of people living in small villages and towns along the northern Mississippi Delta.
Photographer Kirill Golovchenko discovers the oddities of the seaside in his home country.
Lewis Khan spent 18 months embedded in a London hospital, observing the fragile ecosystem that is the NHS. On the day of a General Election, his message is clear: humanity cannot be privatised.