Alice Mann created a storm when she photographed her own wealthy suburban community in Cape Town and highlighted the black domestic workers who enable their lives of luxury.
Photographer Karen Robinson spent over a year hanging out with the young women of East Durham, illuminating the hopes and dreams of people failed by society.
From political prisoners to former child soldiers, photographer Sascha Kraus has travelled the globe documenting outspoken figures doing what they do best: rapping for survival.
Mark Leaver's photography project looks at facial tattoos; a misunderstood and stereotyped group, already a niche within a subculture.
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.
Photographer Melina Papageorgiou’s Burkini series challenges how Muslim women are represented and the stereotypes perpetuated about the Middle East.
Photographer and filmmaker Jeremy Relph explores the connections and contradictions between Jamaica’s deep-rooted religious morals and its raucous dancehall culture.
When photographer Lee Kirby stumbled across a bedraggled man in designer clothes, he found himself opening a pandora’s box that would change his life. But for Lee Trosclair, renegade-turned-muse, the story is just beginning.
Photographer Joni Sterbach’s Taylor Wessing portrait prize-nominated Surfland project captures modern-day Californian surfers with a 19th century photographic process.
To celebrate 10 years of Huck, we're digging through the archives to unearth stories that feel as relevant as ever. When photographer Janette Beckman started documenting underground communities in the US, she had no idea it would change youth culture forever.
In a nod to Jim Goldberg, photographer Karolina Sekula gave her photographs of skateboarder and artist Gonzi, who suffers from episodes of schizophrenia, to him to write on and remix.
For the residents of Pine Ridge, South Dakota, existence is caged by invisible borders.