This issue is about celebrating strength in the face of adversity – sharing stories of defiance in a world falling apart.
From New York and Dublin to Rome and Istanbul, photographer Evelyn Hofer took timeless snapshots of life around the globe.
Photographer Rory Doyle steps into the world of the Delta Hill Riders: a community of African American cowboys and cowgirls.
The American photographer captures 15 intergenerational trailblazers for Stonewall’s 50th anniversary.
From Cuba to Argentina, a new photography show shines a light on the uprisings and revolutions that have shaped the last half a century.
For the 2019 Women’s World Cup, photography project Goal Click asked women to share what the game means to them. Here, we share some of their responses.
Photographer Joey L. has been embedded with Kurdish guerrilla groups for years, capturing the human side of a fast-evolving conflict.
From 1990 to 1995, Tree Carr roamed the country documenting her psychedelic adventures on a disposable camera.
In his work, Ian Weldon exposes the endearing strangeness of weddings – documenting the odd little moments that most others miss.
In 1985, Elbert D. Howze shot the residents of Freedmen’s Town, a community founded in 1866 by people liberated from the shackles of slavery.
During the summer of 1976, Iain McKell picked up the camera for the first time and began documenting his seaside hometown of Weymouth.
Drawing from her experience as an erotic dancer, filmmaker Bronwen Parker-Rhodes believes that nothing communicates with more power than our unspoken connections.