Photographers Sipho Mpongo, Sean Metelerkamp and Wikus de Wet travelled South Africa together as Twenty Journey to understand the land that binds them. Here they select their favourite Instagrammers.
Photographer Michael Zbieranowski’s Someplace Else project breaks into Instagram feeds to remind us just how commonplace and everyday shootings in the US have become.
The media has painted Brussels as a city of immigrant ghettos, intolerance and radicalisation. But at Des Ursulines skate park, kids from all backgrounds skate together in peace.
South London-based photographer Luke Overin explores a weird world of suburban retail parks and youthful escapism in his new show at Huck’s 71a Gallery.
Could you live without your iPhone? Without Instagramming your every move? Photographer Emile Holba makes a pilgrimage to Pocahontas County, West Virginia, where life inside the National Radio Quiet Zone is interference-free.
Photographer and curator Lola Paprocka on how skate and DIY culture unites her showcase of emerging photographers.
Photojournalist Anastasia Vlasova has documented the conflict breaking her country apart since she was just seventeen. Here’s who she follows on Instagram.
Photographer Ale Romo wants us all to hit the road, chase waves around the globe and discover ourselves.
Photographer Roger May's crowdsourced Looking at Appalachia project reveals another perspective on a misunderstood region of the US. Here he selects his five favourite Instagrammers.
Photographer Jenny Riffle wins curator Stuart Pilkington’s latest competition, in which he encouraged photographers to look for captivating images in their own backyards.
Contemporary photography blog If You Leave launch their new ‘PM’ magazine issue alongside a display of the best images from their 2014 Showcase.
Boogie reveals the hidden world of poverty and violence that exists in the shadows of cities around the world, from New York to Kingston, Jamaica. But what did he find on the streets of Rio?