In a new book, photographer Alessandra Sanguinetti chronicles the everyday lives of her cousins coming of age in rural Argentina.
After visiting Los Angeles' Maravilla Park, photographer Janette Beckman got to know a Mexican-American gang there and set about capturing a different side to their community.
Photographer Alan Lodge remembers shooting the mini utopia that was the Stonehenge Free Festival, an event held in the fields surrounding the prehistoric monument.
Photographer Tom Wood remembers shooting the pubs, club and bus rides in Liverpool through the '70s to the '90s and finding meaning in everyday scenes.
Photographer Martine Barrat remembers New York at the height of the crack and AIDS epidemics and the communities fighting to survive.
Photographer Diana Markosian pieces together memories of moving to America from Moscow as a child in a new book.
Photographer Sandy Carson captures landscapes and intimate scenes of daily life in a moving visual ode to his mother.
Photographer Earlie Hudnall Jr. has spent more than 40 years documenting the resilient communities which make up Houston's Third and Fourth Ward.
In 1982, photographer Judah Passow spent two weeks in Belfast documenting Divis Flats, at the time deemed the worst public housing in Europe.
A new book considers the crucial role of photography as a weapon in the fight for freedom and justice.
Photographer Barry Lewis remembers trips from Blackpool to London, soaking in the sun and sand with liquid lunches, to evenings spent in Ronny Scotts, and the Groucho.
Photographer Andé Whyland remembers capturing candid portraits and dancing alongside the luminaries of downtown New York's club scene, among them Keith Haring, Grace Jones and Ru Paul.