We asked people at this year’s Afropunk Brooklyn about their vision for activism, the future of civil rights and the fight for equality in Trump’s America.
In Congo Tales: Told by the People of Mbomo, Pieter Henket has created a visual library of personal histories, telling the story of one small town in the Republic of Congo.
Magnum photographers come together to capture the construction of the new Macallan Distillery, shooting the awe-inspiring build over the course of three years.
Spending time with three separate eco-communities situated in the heart of the Welsh countryside, photographer Benson Batty explores what it means to truly live off the land.
Photographer Theo McInnes made his way to W11 to capture the gloriously messy affair, as revellers beat the rain during a two-day celebration.
Artist Lauren Crow was struggling to make sense of her “young, fat, queer body”. So, she started Lascivious, a DIY porn magazine that flips how plus size women are depicted across visual culture.
After struggling to find a publisher for his images, photographer Stephen Leslie discovered Unbound – a UK organisation giving power back to writers.
Driven by intuition, Ian Howorth has an eye for detail and an unconventional approach. He shares some tips to navigate the world of photography.
A new photography exhibition, opening in Hackney this weekend, offers a nostalgic look at the history of London’s black communities.
Photographer Hiroyuki Koshikawa documents the hedonistic lives of the city’s young people, following a ragtag group who just want to have fun.
Throughout the ’80s, photographer Dafydd Jones captured the well-heeled hedonists of England’s upper classes.
Image-making studios in Peshawar show men as they wish to be seen – as heroes of their own big-screen fantasies and dreams.