Photography

An unconventional portrait of queer motherhood
Photography

An unconventional portrait of queer motherhood

In new book, ‘This Train’ photographer Justine Kurland documents her life on the road with her young son amongst brutal histories inscribed in the earth.

Written by: Miss Rosen

Behind surfer Tony Caramanico’s vibrant journal art
Photography

Behind surfer Tony Caramanico’s vibrant journal art

A new book chronicles almost half a century of the legendary east coast surfer’s diary entries.

Written by: Isaac Muk

London’s Many Faces: Capturing Beauty On The Streets Of Hackney
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London’s Many Faces: Capturing Beauty On The Streets Of Hackney

For fashion photographer Shingi Rice, her camera helps level the playing field. In a world where people are told they have to look a certain way, she’s championing individuality, rebellion and self-love.

Written by: Shingi Rice

In Photos: Cooper’s Hill cheese roll
Photography

In Photos: Cooper’s Hill cheese roll

Each year in the Cotswolds, hundreds of competitors sprint down a sheer, uneven cliff to chase after a wheel of Double Gloucester cheese, risking injury and even consciousness. This year we sent photographer Theo McInnes to capture the action.

Written by: Ben Smoke

Chronicling Mexican womanhood through portrait photography
Photography

Chronicling Mexican womanhood through portrait photography

A new photobook offers an expansive look at the iconography and expression of the female experience in the Latin American nation.

Written by: Miss Rosen

Joel Sternfeld’s landmark portrait of American pathos & dreams
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Joel Sternfeld’s landmark portrait of American pathos & dreams

A new edition of the iconic photographer’s seminal photobook American Prospects captures late empire like no other.

Written by: Miss Rosen

Documenting the decline of the West Midlands in the 70s
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Documenting the decline of the West Midlands in the 70s

Photographer Janine Wiedel’s chronicles of the labour force in the ‘workshop of the world’ are collected in the new book, Vulcan’s Forge.

Written by: Miss Rosen

Capturing Stillness: How cold water surf photography is therapy
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Capturing Stillness: How cold water surf photography is therapy

Robyn Steady is a surfer and photographer whose surf therapy sessions with Wave Project are helping tackle the mental health crisis among young people in Scotland.

Written by: David Lyons

Documenting the marginalised Portuguese community fighting for livable housing
Photography

Documenting the marginalised Portuguese community fighting for livable housing

After a chance covid-era assignment sent him to Lisbon’s Bairro da Jamaica, photographer José Sarmeto Matos spent years documenting the families campaigning towards hospitable homes.

Written by: Isaac Muk

An intimate portrait of Vietnam half a century after the war
Photography

An intimate portrait of Vietnam half a century after the war

Returning to the country that her family had fled, photographer Tracy Dong charts her journey self-discovery, community, and connection in the new book, Tell Me About Saigon.

Written by: Miss Rosen

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