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In his new book 'Berlin Pictures', photographer Mark Steinmetz explores the singular energy of the German capital – a place where money, history and love combine in bizarre and beautiful ways.
As demand for services rises, low pay and poor conditions are pushing third sector workers into the arms of other charities.
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.
As public anger over Erdoğan's response to the disaster grows, the focus on government culpability is being splintered by the promotion of conspiracy theories online and through state-owned media.
Photographer Andrea Gjestvang documents the changing face of masculinity in a territory built on traditional gender roles, but whose women are emigrating in large numbers.
From Charlotte Wells' 'Aftersun' to Florian Zeller's 'The Son', a new wave of films are using fatherhood to bring men's mental health into focus.