Hidden away in the depths of west London, the 500-metre long Eel Pie Island has always guarded its secrets well – but its incredible legacy is about to be uncovered.
We speak with the London artist about confidence, clubbing and why she relates to people who don’t necessarily feel comfortable on-stage.
Photographer Paul Reas maps out Britain’s recent social history: from life in ’80s Welsh mining towns, to the impact of recent redevelopment on Elephant and Castle’s local communities.
This weekend, thousands of demonstrators from environmental activist group Extinction Rebellion blockaded the bridges of London.
Charlie Kwai is living proof that you don’t need an expensive arts education or top of the range equipment to take great photos. In a new film, the Londoner shows how it’s simply about being curious – and getting really, really close.
As a young person, it often feels like you don’t have a voice. However, a new exhibition seeks to change that, inviting teenage photographers to tackle subjects from identity to homelessness.
‘In the ’70s, London was a dark place,’ remembers photographer Adrien Boot. ‘You know what they say – you need hard times and stress to make good music.’
Human Stories: Another England chronicles the rich and rarely-seen experiences of British communities of colour.
In a landscape lacking diversity, filmmaker and photographer Nadira Amrani is kickstarting her own movement: one that rejects outdated forms of representation.
Between 1982 - 1987, photographer Mike Seaborne captured the East End community – long before the world of global finance set up camp.
For fashion photographer Shingi Rice, her camera helps level the playing field. In a world where people are told they have to look a certain way, she’s championing individuality, rebellion and self-love.
The capital’s nightlife is under constant threat, but a new wave of DIY fetish parties is fighting back.