Documentary Photography

Aiyush Pachnanda on danger, dance floors & demonstrations
Photography

Aiyush Pachnanda on danger, dance floors & demonstrations

In partnership with MPB — In the latest instalment of Photographers in Conversation, created in partnership with MPB, the chronicler of raves, protests and beyond explains why his work focuses on such specifically visceral environments. “If you can’t feel a photo, you are not close enough,” he says.

Written by: Huck

Photographer Dave Benett on shooting skinhead punch-ups
Photography

Photographer Dave Benett on shooting skinhead punch-ups

How I Got The Shot — The revered showbiz chronicler recalls his journalistic beginnings, documenting subcultural scraps in the ’80s.

Written by: Dave Benett

Huck Issue 77 is out now
Magazine

Huck Issue 77 is out now

It’s Mitski season — Our new magazine is here, starring the inimitable Mitski. Order your copy now and join us on a trip around the world.

Written by: Niall Flynn

Chaos and community in British photography since the ‘60s
Culture

Chaos and community in British photography since the ‘60s

Facing Britain — An ongoing exhibition brings together the work of leading postwar British documentary photographers, capturing both the political struggles and everyday life.

Written by: Miss Rosen

Intimate scenes of everyday life in Britain in the ‘70
Culture

Intimate scenes of everyday life in Britain in the ‘70

Last of the Brits — Photographer Diane Bush recounts finding her feet as a photographer after travelling from the US to the UK, and using the medium to create a better world.

Written by: Diane Bush

A vivid portrait of everyday life & resistance in Ukraine
Culture

A vivid portrait of everyday life & resistance in Ukraine

Since 2015, British artist Mark Neville, who lives in Kyiv, has been documenting Ukraine. Published on the cusp of war, his new photo book calls on the international community to urgently support the country.

Written by: Miss Rosen

Photographer Theo McInnes on timing, trust and originality
Photography

Photographer Theo McInnes on timing, trust and originality

In partnership with MPB — In the first instalment of our Photographers In Conversation series, created in collaboration with MPB, the London-based shooter dives into his storytelling process.

Written by: Niall Flynn

Life inside an isolated Russian mining town
Photography

Life inside an isolated Russian mining town

Welcome to Udachny — In the far East of Russia lies a small mining town called Udachny. Photographer Hanne Van Assche set out to document life there among the vibrant community who live in the icy grip of winter most of the year.

Written by: India Lawrence

A year on the frontlines of the UK miner’s strike
Photography

A year on the frontlines of the UK miner’s strike

Dispatches from the picket line — In 1984, Martin Shakeshaft set out to document the miner’s strike as it really happened, using his photography as a tool for activism.

Written by: Miss Rosen

A visual journey through Texas during lockdown
Culture

A visual journey through Texas during lockdown

Lost in Austin — Riding from street to street on his trusty bike, Scottish photographer Sandy Carson documents his adopted home at a unique point in its history.

Written by: Niall Flynn

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