Magazine

Words of wisdom from Perfume Genius, agony uncle
Magazine

Words of wisdom from Perfume Genius, agony uncle

Dear Mike — Mike Hadreas is Huck’s new agony uncle. In a column taken from our latest print issue, he shares practical advice for readers in need.

Written by: Huck

Mavi is on a far-reaching quest for greatness
Magazine

Mavi is on a far-reaching quest for greatness

Rising like the sun — The Charlotte native is a budding neuroscientist wise beyond his years, who also happens to be one of hip hop’s brightest hopes. Regardless of the subject, he’s driven by a desire to seek out answers – no matter how uncomfortable the truth might be.

Written by: Thomas Hobbs

Chris Killip’s timeless portrait of working class punk culture
Magazine

Chris Killip’s timeless portrait of working class punk culture

Forever young — For three decades, the seminal photographer’s shots of an old anarcho-punk club sat gathering dust in a box. However, in the cold light of day they’ve taken on new meaning.

Written by: Chris Killip

Baxter Dury on the subversive history of his Thameside home
Magazine

Baxter Dury on the subversive history of his Thameside home

Where the magic happens — In a new series, we interview people in – and about – their personal spaces, in a bid to find out why they mean so much to them. In the first instalment, Baxter Dury invites Huck into his London bolthole: a loud, eclectic property with a unique past.

Written by: Jeremy Allen

Meet the world’s first hijab-wearing champion wrestler
Magazine

Meet the world’s first hijab-wearing champion wrestler

Nor Diana, aka ‘Phoenix’ — At five-feet tall and around 94lbs, the 20-year-old doesn’t look like your typical wrestling star – but that hasn’t stopped her yet.

Written by: Beth Webb

How Greek hip hop is thriving in the face of hostility
Magazine

How Greek hip hop is thriving in the face of hostility

Midas touch — Problems in Greece are far from over. But amid the turmoil and division, a group of young Athens artists have built a dynamic scene from the embers of crisis – one that serves as a direct rebuke to those seeking to other them.

Written by: Alex King

A secret family history, reconstructed in the present
Magazine

A secret family history, reconstructed in the present

Santa Barbara — Diana Markosian left her childhood home in the former Soviet Union for a new life in California. But it was a journey she never chose to take. To understand her mother’s choices, she had to recreate the first chapter of a story that would inspire her most ambitious project yet.

Written by: Diana Markosian

Miranda Barnes is shaking up contemporary photography
Magazine

Miranda Barnes is shaking up contemporary photography

New landscapes — The 25-year-old photographer went from sharing images on Tumblr to feature assignments for The New York Times in the space of a few short years. Now, she’s doing everything she can to tell stories that matter.

Written by: Miranda Barnes

Unpacking the trauma of apartheid on film
Magazine

Unpacking the trauma of apartheid on film

Freedom or Death — Gideon Mendel made his name as one of South Africa’s leading ‘struggle photographers’, unflinchingly documenting the most brutal years of apartheid. Now, over 25 years later, he is revisiting the forgotten parts of his archive and unpacking the trauma he witnessed in his formative years.

Written by: Gideon Mendel

Paying tribute to one of Spain's greatest photographers
Culture

Paying tribute to one of Spain's greatest photographers

Una maestra — Spanish photographer, Lua Ribeira, reflects on the importance of one of her country's greatest ever photographers - Cristina Garcia Rodero.

Written by: Lua Ribeira

Sign up to our newsletter

Issue 80: The Ziwe issue

Buy it now