Matt Martin uses a photocopier to look at the West Coast of the United States beyond its people – showing the beauty that exists in its empty spaces.
Cuban photojournalist Lisette Poole spent 48 days documenting the journey of two Cuban women migrating to the United States.
Photographer Gabby Jones turns her lens to what's directly in front of her, offering a candid look at how young women experience femininity in the America today.
As Bigot-in-Chief Trump looks poised to sign an anti-LGBT executive order, LA-based Jeff Leavell hits out at those white gay men sitting silently by as the flames of prejudice spread.
Retired doctor Norm Diamond was struggling to to come to terms with his own mortality. His solution? Browse yard sales full of possessions of the dead...
Pamela Littky captures the people and scenes of Baker and Beatty – two in-between American roadside cities on opposite ends of one of the world’s hottest deserts.
The city of Gary, Indiana is an abandoned, desolate place, one of the most dangerous in the United States. Amongst the decay and the danger photographer Matthew Smith documents a city in crisis.
In a dark corner of the American legal system, children face life sentences in adult prisons for committing violent crimes.
Photographer and skater Tino Razo documents and shreds abandoned backyard pools across Southern California in Party in the Back, embodying care-free and youthful expression without even trying.
Photographer Joel Sternfeld’s first solo exhibition in the UK in over a decade offers a window into American life from 1977 to 1988.
Filmmaker Patrick Fraser’s new short film follows the Europeans who travel to California’s Death Valley each July to experience the searing heat that once broke world records.
The world right now feels like a dangerous place, so we take to social media and find voices we agree with. But how is this changing the way we see society?