Hidden in the forest along beaches of the South of France lies an organic slice of paradise.
Photographer Marc Vallée took to the streets of Paris late at night, to capture the trucks that parade subversive graffiti defiantly through the city.
For refugees stuck in a state of flux in the Calais Jungle, stability and security were already hard to come by. Now impending eviction is only making life even harder.
Ed Templeton shares the stories behind his five favourite photographs from his time in the UK and France.
It's all kicking off in France. Euro 2016 is in full swing across French towns and cities, with violent clashes between supporters. The Brits are taking centre stage, but these aren't the well-dressed and working class hooligans at war of decades past.
Breaking down the phenomenon of ‘jihadi girl power’ – a transgressive subculture that has little to do with religion and everything to do with escapism.
Ahead of a mass demonstration on February 27th, a 21st-century commune is sharing the story of its struggle against an international airport development.
Thanks to exploiting terrorism and the refugee crisis, 2015 has been a great year for Europe’s far right. But their appeal runs much deeper, explains professor James Shields.
The mad geniuses behind the annual SVRF PVNK Invitational in Hossegor, France, deliver up a nice slice of cross-dressing, underwater beer-drinking celluloid.
From New Wave Cinema to Jean-Paul Sarte, human rights and street photography, if you pick a culture war with France, you’re going to lose.
Artist Clet Abraham’s mischievously modified signage subverts authorities’ attempts to make us obedient citizens.
The lack of government humanitarian support and incendiary media coverage has prompted ordinary people to go to Calais and help out any way they know how.