When Adam Patterson joined the BBC to tell the story of the Chilean miners trapped underground, the only way to capture their experience was to drop a camera down the hole.
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.
Afghan photographer Mujtaba Jalali has been documenting the journey of refugees as they make their way across foreign lands and hostile borders. But he’s no outsider. The journey is his own.
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.
Magnum photographers reveal stories behind their images that respond to Henri Cartier-Bresson’s idea of the decisive moment, including Martin Parr, Tim Hetherington and Newsha Tavakolian.
Post-war Bosnia, Parisian Banlieues, sculpture, sexualised selfies and the American West are some of the subjects explored by the recipients of this year’s Magnum Graduate Photographers award.
Documentary photography can be a lonely business, especially in the first stretch of your career. But these four friends have found a way to work together as individuals.
New photobook Magnum Cycling, by Guy Andrews, shares the stunning scenes and raw emotion of cross-country cyclists around the globe.
Advice for young photographers chasing authentic stories beyond the beaten track.
From victims of acid attacks in Iran to empathetic work on the refugee crisis, these are Huck's highlights from the world's largest photography competition.