Photographer Kapil Das turns his lens on India for his new book Something So Clear – serving up a fun, surreal and multifaceted portrait of his home country.
From Rajasthan and Delhi to Jodhpur and Pushkar: In the latest Travel Diary, photographer Olga de la Iglesia shares her colourful Indian portrait series.
Photographer Madison Beach travels to the edges of Bangladesh in an effort to draw attention to the country’s ongoing unemployment crisis.
Photographer Mehdi Hasan travels to the mountains of Darjeeling, the underground temples of Hempi, and the burning banks of Varanasi.
Fishermen in Rameswaram, southern India are risking their lives to help Tamils escape ongoing human rights abuses in Sri Lanka.
With Britain set to leave the European Union, in the corridors of Whitehall, politicians are talking of a "British Empire 2.0" to fill the vast economic gap. Instead, it's time we face up to the harsh realities of our colonial past.
Photographers Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh have spent years working with Delhi's LGBTQI community, documenting the daily lives of those fighting for equality.
Photographer Mark Leaver is captivated by Varanasi, where Hindu pilgrims flock to bathe in the sacred waters of the river Ganges and to die.
Photographer Karolin Klüppel immersed herself in the lives of young girls from the Khasi indigenous people, a society in north-east India where women and girls run the show.
Think New York City is hip hop’s only home? Meet the b-boy pioneers determined to put India on the map.
Whether he's shooting skaters in Havana, fancy cuisine in Ibiza or fishermen in Senegal, photographer Adrian Morris is a master at his craft.
Photographer Mark Leaver discovers a community of street performers in Delhi whose traditional way of life is under threat from India’s rapid modernisation.