Photographer Robert LeBlanc journeys to a small town in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains, where parishioners of The House of the Lord Jesus are fighting against the odds to keep a centuries-old ritual alive.
Photographer Sean Maung reflects on documenting a small town in Pennsylvania afflicted by high levels of unemployment, poverty, violence, crime, and addiction.
After building his reputation covering the US civil rights movement in the 1960s, the photographer went on to produce some of the most enduring images of the past century.
David 'Dee' Delgado’s photo project is about honouring and uplifting the city of his youth, and a world rapidly disappearing under the relentless onslaught of gentrification.
Jeffrey Henson Scales intimate portraits and protest images of the BPP and its leaders offer a rare insight into organisation at a time of societal upheaval.
Taking us through one of the most dynamic years in recent history, Laylah Amatullah Barrayn new photo book contains tender yet confrontational portraits.
Alternating between colour and black-and-white, the photographer chronicled sexual liberation, economic crises and the repercussions of the war in Vietnam.
A new exhibition is marking the photographer’s 100th birthday with a look back at his extraordinary career.
A new exhibition aims to shed light on the underrepresented communities that make up Los Angeles.
Tim Eastman discusses his new photobook documenting the people living and working out of mobile homes.
Stacy Kranitz discusses the challenges of visual representation in a region that has suffered damaging stereotypes over the years.
A new project is documenting formerly incarcerated people as they transition back into civilian life.