Photographers GODLIS and Angela Boatwright capture two distinct scenes: 1970s New York and contemporary Los Angeles.
Street photographer Ryan Weideman drove a New York City cab for decades. With one eye on the road and a camera in his hand, every passenger became a story, every trip a wild ride.
Steve Edson’s timeless black and white portraits – of families, young love and unwitting sartorial icons – capture the unusual nuances of city life.
The defiant artist redefined photography when he first broke onto the scene in the late ’60s, offering his viewers a fresh new way of seeing the world.
Khalik Allah takes to the streets of New York City, capturing the nocturnal locals of Harlem in a series of bold and beautiful images.
To celebrate Zineophobia - the first UK show from Californian collective Deadbeat Club, presented by Huck and I.P.F - we’re sitting down with all six photographers and breaking down what makes them tick. Next in line is Grant Hatfield, whose colourful street scenes capture the beating heart of So-Cal culture.
Magnum photographer Alex Webb has travelled the globe, catching cinematic moments that feel timeless. At a rare talk in London, he sheds some light on the secrets of his success.
Magnum photographer Alex Webb has absorbed the world, catching cinematic moments that make time stand still. Now he’s ready to focus that intuition on the everyday world he calls home.
Photographer Joni Sterbach’s Taylor Wessing portrait prize-nominated Surfland project captures modern-day Californian surfers with a 19th century photographic process.
To coincide with Huck 55 – The Freaked Out Issue, the acclaimed photographer behind our cover story selects the work that means the most to him.
Huck editor Andrea Kurland catches up with great American documentarian Alec Soth about his impressive, constantly changing career, during his first UK retrospective at the Science Museum, London.
Photographer of the demonised Dennis McGrath releases new book Heaven about skateboarder Lenny Kirk.