The iconic American photographer curates some of her biggest influences, from established image-makers to fresh new talent.
In the first instalment of our Photographers In Conversation series, the London-based shooter dives into his storytelling process.
Turkish-born photographer Samet Durgun discusses his collection of portraits of queer refugee and asylum seekers seeking to build a better life for themselves.
In 1959, photographer Bruce Davidson, then 25, embedded himself in a gang of New Yorkers to capture the essence of postwar inner-city youth culture.
For his latest project, Ryan McGinley invited 100 friends to take naked self-portraits taken inside their New York City homes.
Photographers GODLIS and Angela Boatwright capture two distinct scenes: 1970s New York and contemporary Los Angeles.
A new documentary from filmmaker Sara Driver paints a portrait of the artist through the chaotic New York scene that fed him.
The year’s most accessible photo-book has a ridiculously simple concept behind it: that you don't have to be an expert to spot a good image.
Karen Asher’s ‘ambiguous and chaotic’ photography offers a new perspective on life in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Photographer Ivar Wigan has been documenting Jamaican street style for 10 years. Then a friend's murder gave the project a new layer of meaning...
To celebrate Zineophobia - the first UK show from Californian collective Deadbeat Club - we’re sitting down with all six photographers and breaking down what makes them tick.
Photographer Sophie Harris-Taylor’s 'MTWTFSS Chapter 1. 2010-2015' catches subtle moments of beauty and honesty in the everyday lives of friends and lovers.