A new exhibitions brings together the work of photographers who documented the deep unrest of these pivotal decades.
Photographer Bruce Gilden discusses his series documenting the overlooked factory workers, labourers and other people residing on the margins of English society.
In his work, Ian Weldon exposes the endearing strangeness of weddings – documenting the odd little moments that most others miss.
A new exhibition – featuring Martin Parr, Dafydd Jones and Grace Lau – examines UK beach culture from the 1850s to the 21st century.
The iconic photographer reflects on the North, and the locations that have inspired him over the years: ‘The place is still as bonkers as ever, it’s very surreal.’
Martin Parr and Olivia Arthur celebrate the neglected northern city for a specially commissioned exhibition, shining a light on its young locals and ‘rich culinary culture.’
We talk to the legendary photographer about Brexit, British culture, and his new Bristol-based foundation.
The much-loved documentary photographer is releasing 25 years worth of unseen work with his new book, Think Of Scotland.
The exhibition, dedicated to the ‘British way of life and character’, will open in London next month.
Italian graphic artist Gian Butturini sought to capture the capital as he saw it, beyond the tourist spots and mini-skirts.
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To launch Magnum Photobook – a 'greatest hits' of visual storytellers – photographer Martin Parr explains the form's importance in a world of instant images.