In new book, What The Living Carry, Virginia-born photographer Morgan Ashcom tells the strange story of life in the fictional Southern town of Hoys Fork.
Visual artist Nicola Brandt memorialises the German-Namibian War of 1904–1908 – considered by many to be the first genocide of the 20th century – in an eerie new project.
From still lifes and cityscapes to portraits and street shots: the legendary US photographer looks back on his ‘rollercoaster’ legacy.
Photographer Landon Nordeman heads to the city’s annual Northwestern High School prom, documenting local teens as they enjoy a classic American rite of passage.
In June 1977, American photographer Nathan Farb travelled to Siberia with his black and white Polaroid camera. Now, a new show at The Wende Museum is dusting off his archive.
The defiant artist redefined photography when he first broke onto the scene in the late ’60s, offering his viewers a fresh new way of seeing the world.
Sébastien Lifshitz has spent years trawling through flea markets, eBay and junk shops in an effort to trace the history of Europe’s cross-dressing culture.
Photographer Hatnim Lee has been working with relief groups on the island for the last eight years, capturing local life & documenting the people she met along the way.
In his new book, photographer Philip Trager celebrates the dramatic dignity and spirit of the city during one of its most troubled eras.
Khalik Allah takes to the streets of New York City, capturing the nocturnal locals of Harlem in a series of bold and beautiful images.
Ahead of a new retrospective, we look back on the legacy of Georgia O’Keeffe – the American art pioneer who broke free of gender constraints to live life on her own terms.
Debi Cornwall steps inside the walls of the infamous US military prison, exposing an uncanny world of gift shops, bowling alleys and beachfront views.