To combat an industry overrun by a small pool of perspectives, two photography platforms have teamed up to champion voices that would otherwise go unheard.
Verði ljós decided to combat Icelandic black metal’s lack of coverage by becoming its documenter-in-chief, shooting its stars over a period of three years.
Last month, thousands of activists managed to shut down the country with passive resistance; overthrowing the authoritarian Serzh Sargsyan using peace, love and dance.
From funerals to erotica, every industry has its own trade show. Photographer Robert Rutöd has spent 10 years finding out what makes them so bizarrely unique.
In a new zine – titled The Ecstasy Of Everything – photographer Luke Stephenson depicts the British Isles at their most offbeat, bizarre and eclectic.
Filmmaker and photographer Zackary Canepari discusses Flint Is A Place – his major multimedia project shining a light on one of the poorest cities in America.
Throughout the 1970’s and ’80s, Michael E. Northup documented the ins and outs of his 10-year marriage – a relationship he pays tribute to in new book, Dream Away.
For her latest project, photographer Jennifer Loeber reconnects with Lorelei – a middle-aged trans woman who she first met as a teen.
Photographer Tom Saater gets lost in the crowds at Gidi Culture Fest – Lagos’ multi-sensory art, music and cultural experience.
The photographer discusses his intimate connection to three places: Tbilisi, Tehran and Cham, the small Bavarian town where he was born and raised.
Each year, hundreds of thousands embark on the arduous pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela – the ancient city and burial site of Saint James the Grea.
In a new project, photographer Phil Kneenn heads to the outskirts of Pretoria and Johannesburg to capture the regions’ forgotten communities.