Ulrika Brand reflects on the iconic career of her father, Jonathan Brand – a New York street photographer who captured the spirit of the city between 1957 and 1968.
Khalik Allah takes to the streets of New York City, capturing the nocturnal locals of Harlem in a series of bold and beautiful images.
Mark Parascandola spent ten years travelling rural Spain, documenting the abandoned outposts that once served as locations for iconic Hollywood productions.
Photographer Madison Beach travels to the edges of Bangladesh in an effort to draw attention to the country’s ongoing unemployment crisis.
Women and girls took to the snow in London on Sunday to demand an end to sexism and bigotry.
In her new book, Monica Alcazar-Duarte explores the future of the space race, fusing uncanny documentary photography with cutting-edge technology.
In her new book, award-winning photographer and activist Mariette Pathy Allen captures the gender non-conforming mediums of Thailand and Burma.
Debi Cornwall steps inside the walls of the infamous US military prison, exposing an uncanny world of gift shops, bowling alleys and beachfront views.
Peter Hujar captured New York between the Stonewall uprising of 1969 and the AIDS crisis of the 1980s. Now, his incredible legacy is being revisited in a new show.
What’s it like growing up in one of the most remote countries in the world? Photographer Debra Friedman finds out in her latest book, Coming Of Age In Wonderland.
In a country torn apart by civil war, people are grasping for moments of relief – and football is one thing they turn to.
Photographer Lamisa Khan teams up with artists Zeinab Saleh and Sara Gulamali to show off the everyday lives of London’s ‘Muslim Sisterhood.’