Photographer Mahtab Hussain's portraits explore race and representation, respect and cultural difference in a community under attack.
Celebrate World Photography Day 2016 by checking out Huck's favourite photography stories of the year so far: these ten stories will remind you of just how powerful a photo can be.
Organic and personal from the start, skater and photographer Ian Kenneth Bird’s first exhibition features soft black-and-white portraits of his friends and fellow skaters.
Magnum photographer Peter Marlow died of cancer in February 2016 at the age of just 63. Now an exhibition, featuring his works selected by colleagues will allow us a glimpse into his archive.
Photographer Chris Killip's seminal 1988 work In Flagrante captured the north of England in flux. Nearly three decades later Killip has made the bold but much rejoiced decision to revisit and rerelease the project, which feels as pertinent today as ever.
Edward Barber’s exhibition 'Peace Signs' explores the complex connection between warning and celebration in the 1980s anti-nuclear movement.
Photographer Steve Schapiro has spent decades shooting moments that made history. Ahead of his latest exhibition - Heroes - in London, he reflects on a lifetime capturing the people who changed the world.
Captured at high altitude over the course of a hundred journeys, this British photographer's images of clouds are a expression of freedom and tranquility.
April 2016 marks 30 years since Chernobyl, the worst nuclear disaster in history. Photographer Jadwiga Bronte travelled to Belarus to meet the invisible people still living with the consequences.
For 22-year-old photographer Olivia Bee, a camera is an extension of herself - whether she's shooting intimate childhood moments or high end professional campaigns.
Photography has taken Nick Waplington into different worlds, from raves and runway fashion to working-class estates.
Photographer Reggie McCafferty finds outrage and grief in the wake of the kidnapping and murder of 43 students.