Photographer Joseph Rodriguez shoots a forgotten New York community in a new book and exhibit, Spanish Harlem: El Barrio.
Gordon Parks used his camera as a ‘weapon’ to fight racism, intolerance and poverty – paving the way for others to blur the line between artist and activist.
Before carving out a career as a music photographer, Michael Lavine worked the avenues of Manhattan – capturing the chaotic crowds of another era.
Photographer Caleb Stein explores the backstreets of his hometown for his striking black and white series, Down by the Hudson.
By identifying as an artist rather than simply a photographer, Todd Hido proves that there are no limits – except the ones you impose on yourself.
A new show at the Autograph ABP gallery – featuring Polaroids, installations and zines – sees students discover what ‘home’ means to them.
Few possess the same level of instinct as the photographer known as Fred Mortagne. A former skate rat who's become a maverick photographer, he refuses to switch his style up for anyone or anything.
A new book reveals the mysteries that lie behind the clothes of creative icons. In an exclusive extract, Janette Beckman shares the story behind her favourite Def Jam bomber.
The iconic photographer has been crafting his own, mysterious world for five decades now – and the results are being celebrated in a new book.
Huck's annual celebration of visual storytelling returns, celebrating photographers whose unconventional styles have broken new ground.
Larry Clark's images of wayward teens shocked America – but that brutal vision of suburbia helped skateboarder Ed Templeton realise that his own life could be a muse.
Karen Asher’s ‘ambiguous and chaotic’ photography offers a new perspective on life in Winnipeg, Manitoba.