In their latest project, A Glittering Eye, photographers Courtney Asztalos and Michael W. Hicks capture a lavish world on the brink of collapse.
Means TV is the world’s first ‘post-capitalist, worker-owned streaming service’, providing subscribers with leftist documentaries, films and cartoons.
With no protection or support to deal with the coronavirus crisis, sex workers are more vulnerable than ever. It’s time to put aside your personal politics, argues Molly Smith.
The film industry has taken a huge hit, but a handful of independent drive-ins have adapted to stay alive. Is this the start of a comeback?
Photographer Marzio Toniolo documents daily life in Lombardy: the heart of the country’s coronavirus outbreak.
Akasha Rabut’s first monograph serves as a love letter to the city: capturing its spirit and resilience through the people that make it up.
The UK media’s handling of the coronavirus crisis has been a shambles, argues writer and academic Des Freedman. We need to demand more.
For Palestinians living under occupation, a widespread COVID-19 outbreak would be catastrophic. So how are they keeping it under control?
French economist Thomas Porcher explains why the current global crisis has been a long time coming – and that radical action will be key to whatever comes next.
The COVID-19 Archive is a new, publically-sourced online project that aims to collect the global narratives of the coronavirus crisis.
For the latest Magnum Print Sale, the world’s best photographers pick out the most powerful images from their archive.
During a pandemic, digital therapy sessions can help keep you sober – but they also offer plenty of other benefits.