From Middlesborough’s Messiah to the Jesus of Brasilia – photographer Jonas Bendiksen finds the leaders convincing themselves (and others) that they’re the second coming.
In the shadows of the country’s hardline regime, young liberal Iranians – now the majority of the population – are finding creative new ways to rebel.
Tim Farron's resignation as Lib Dem leader sees him playing the victim, but the reality is Britain has rejected his outdated views that caused me and other young gay men so much pain.
Ahead of the Black Lips' first album in three years, the band's Jared Swilley talks the Devil, the gospel of punk and everything in between.
Photographer Mark Leaver is captivated by Varanasi, where Hindu pilgrims flock to bathe in the sacred waters of the river Ganges and to die.
To tackle the stigma of being an atheist in the US, a controversial billboard campaign is urging non-believers to 'come out' about their views – and embrace Christmas as a cultural holiday that can be enjoyed by anyone.
Magnum photographer Abbas explores the worship, rituals and spiritualism of Hinduism, the world's oldest religion, in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bali.
Photographer and filmmaker Jeremy Relph explores the connections and contradictions between Jamaica’s deep-rooted religious morals and its raucous dancehall culture.
A new wave of young Ghanaian artists are questioning religious traditions and finding a voice, while at the same time making art on the street. This is Ghana, 2016.
Myanmar is a country divided by religious conflict, but a group of altruistic rebels are refusing to give into fear of ‘the other’.
London street artist Lakwena Maciver brings her signature murals to Shoreditch’s Boxpark for a new pop-up exhibition.
Gilles Peterson searches for the perfect beat in Cuba, where rooftop parties and impromptu jam sessions shake to the unmistakeable rhythms of Afro-Cuban rumba.