Photographer Sergio Purtell spent years travelling the continent at length, capturing a romantic world of motels, cafes, beaches and bars.
A new book celebrates the power of the DIY party flyer – homemade designs which helped transform the city’s dance scene.
Street photographer Shirley Baker would travel to London’s Camden Market every weekend, mesmerised by the area’s rebellious youth movement.
A new documentary looks back on the artist’s divisive career, from his shunning of the art establishment to his work with the Act Up AIDS campaign.
Photographer Judith Black spent years capturing her experience as a single parent, celebrating everyday moments that otherwise go unnoticed.
After moving to the city in the 1970s, photographer Peter Mitchell began shooting its rapidly-changing urban landscape.
New York music manager Michele Saunders dusts off her three-decade-old photo albums to pay tribute to the city’s club scene.
In his new project, Lost and Found, the legendary street photographer pays tribute to a city that was ‘rough, raw, violent and filthy’.
Photographer Karen O’Sullivan remembers the neighbourhood’s gritty, pre-gentrification glory days.
In the ’80s, photographer Richard Davis moved to Manchester, where he fell in with a community of artists, punks and travellers.
In the exhibition Los Angeles Cibachromes, photographer John Humble peels back the city’s glitzy facade.
The Buzzcocks guitarist reflects on the group’s indelible legacy: ‘I joined a punk band and was sniffing speed. The world fucking changed’