Between 1978 and 1989, Mitch Epstein made eight trips to India to capture vibrant scenes of street life.
A new exhibition traces Ingeborg Gerdes’s fascination with the American West, which started with a road trip to Nevada in 1982 and became a decade-long project.
Scottish photographer Douglas Corrance recounts capturing joyous street scenes in NYC in an era where almost anyone could afford to live, work and play in the city.
A new exhibition brings together photographs from Stephan Erfurt taken during his time traversing the US in an old VW camper in 1988.
Photographer Paul Graham recounts documenting the packed waiting rooms and corridors of unemployment offices, exposing the bleak reality of a crisis that many chose to ignore.
Photographer Janette Beckman remembers capturing the city’s burgeoning hip hop scene and its fashion trailblazers.
Photographer Homer Sykes is crowdfunding for a new book consisting of some his most striking magazine commissions, which together form a vibrant patchwork of the many different sides to life across the country during the Thatcher era.
We speak to musicians and brother-in-laws Tom Fraser and The Verve’s Simon Tong about reviving a late relative’s legacy after stumbling on her music by chance.
After the disastrous launch of Cyberpunk 2077, some critics questioned whether the game’s namesake genre had lost its way entirely – but there might still be a way to save cyberpunk from its inertia.
For four decades, photographer Mariette Pathy Allen compassionately documented the transgender community, celebrating the profound humanity of those living outside the gender binary.
Photographer Douglas Corrance, now age 73, remembers documenting scenes of daily life during a period in the Scottish city that saw urban decay give way to urban renewal.
Photographer Dave Swindells remembers shooting Ibiza's open-air superclubs and daytime beach raves at a moment when the Island was on the cusp of a rave revolution.