Financial turmoil is pushing people who work in the sex industry into more dangerous and desperate situations as a means of survival.
In his 2008 series, the photographer pictured himself as Angela Davis, Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, and other prominent figures.
With skyrocketing rents, packed out viewings, bidding wars and more, renting in London has never been harder.
From bleeding noses to crowd surfing, three image-makers reflect on capturing the scene in all its wild glory.
By turning a real-life crisis into daytime television fodder, TV bosses have once again shown themselves to be completely out of touch with audiences.
Dominique Misrahi discusses her unlikely start as a photographer capturing intimate scenes of the city's youth and subcultures.