A new exhibition brings together the work of Roland L. Freeman, a documentarian whose photos capture the joyous spectrum of Black American life during the 1960, ’70 and ‘80s.
A new book brings together photographer Paul McDonough vibrant scenes from across the US, offering a elegiac topography of the late 20th century.
Between 1972 and 1988, John Myers set out to capture unremarkable scenes within walking distance of his home in the Midlands to shine a light on what is typically ignored.
In 1982, photographer Baldwin Lee set off on a 2,000-mile road trip around the Deep South, visiting Louisiana, Florida and Georgia.
A new exhibition promotes the region’s forgotten photographers, featuring work from the early 1900s to the present day.
From ’80s Italy to the great American road trip of the ’00s – photographers Guido Guidi, Jason Fulford, Gregory Halpern, and Viviane Sassen take us on a visual journey through the decades.
The defiant artist redefined photography when he first broke onto the scene in the late ’60s, offering his viewers a fresh new way of seeing the world.
Photographer Giles Duley has spent a lifetime searching for fulfilment with his camera: shooting rock legends, high fashion, and the biggest humanitarian crises of our time.
Across Appalachia, photographer Stacy Kranitz is embedding herself into the frame, turning strangers into lovers, subjects into friends, and exploding the myth that photography is objective.
Post-war Bosnia, Parisian Banlieues, sculpture, sexualised selfies and the American West are some of the subjects explored by the recipients of this year’s Magnum Graduate Photographers award.
Photographers have found ways to collaborate with other people since the origins of the documentary form, coming together with storytellers of all kinds to find a new perspective.
Author Jackie Higgins reveals the key trends and brightest talents driving street photography forward around the world.