Exploring a world that doesn’t fit into the neat narrative of "Putin’s Russia", photographer Nadia Sablin takes a decade-long look at a small village and its inhabitants, institutions, nature, and mythology.
Believing the media’s representation of the Haight-Ashbury district during the hippie movement to be exaggerated and overly negative, Elaine Mayes sought to photograph the true face of counterculture in the 1960s.
When Grenfell-style cladding was removed from a Salford tower block in 2020, tenants had no idea it would take years to replace. With authorities passing the buck, residents of Holm Court have now spent three winters without insulation.
In 1976, Mary Ellen Mark was given unique access to Oregon State Hospital to photograph life on the high security Ward 81, creating a nuanced and compassionate portrayal of female mental health patients.
A new exhibition open this International Women's Day shines a light on the stories of mothers and babies in Malawi’s Ntchisi District, who were previously impacted by dirty water, poor sanitation and a lack of hygiene in health centres.