Jack Lueders-Booth reflects on capturing the community that lived and worked along the city’s busiest railway route during the 1980s.
Meg Handler’s photos capture diverse groups of New Yorkers coming together for the collective cause of civil rights.
Alternating between colour and black-and-white, the photographer chronicled sexual liberation, economic crises and the repercussions of the war in Vietnam.
Through stills, anecdotes and film criticism, a new book examines the portrayal of women’s destructive emotions, reframing it as a challenge to patriarchal structures.
Photographer Nico Froehlich’s series documents South London’s diverse communities, while also reflecting on their fragility amid rapid gentrification.
In North Carolina, people are living near to Duke Energy’s Belews Creek Steam Station, where toxins are pumped into the air, water, and soil.