In the face of rampant gentrification, Edgware Road still serves as a haven for the Arab diaspora.
A new photo book traces the birth of dubstep and the pioneers who helped make the sound a global phenomenon.
The iconic East London location has long been a vibrant pocket of Bangla culture. But with rising rents and plans for a new shopping mall, can this community survive the threat of gentrification?
The development at Nine Elms sheds light on a history of Conservative politicians prioritising the private gain of developers before public good, writes Labour Councillor Aydin Dikerdem.
Al J Thompson reflects on his series capturing a once-thriving diaspora in Spring Valley under threat of gentrification and the dramatic shift in its demographic and political landscape.
During the ’90s, Reynaldo Rivera documented life at La Plaza – a wild LGBTQ+ club in pre-gentrification Los Angeles.
Photographer Larry Racioppo remembers shooting NYC in 1979, providing a revealing glimpse into how the interwoven communities have changed since then.
Photographer Stephen Burridge talks preserving the memory of places on the margins of capitalism and celebrating the UK's vibrant communities.
After the demolition of Elephant and Castle shopping centre, writer Kieran Yates reflects on what we lose when we lose our buildings.
The New York neighbourhood has always been irresistible to street photographers – particularly Harvey Stein, who has been shooting there for over five decades.
The city has changed immeasurably during the coronavirus crisis, with the future more uncertain than ever.
One of London’s longest-running independent arts venues has been hit with a 440 per cent rent increase.