The photographer, known for his stylish documentation of Mali in the ’60s, is being celebrated in a new exhibition at New York’s Jack Shainman Gallery.
Alice Zoo’s Swimmers series documents the women who swim at the Hampstead Heath Ladies Pond year-round, in water temperatures as low as -1 Celsius.
Georgia’s Pankisi Valley has long been seen as a centre of crime and violent extremism – but a new photo project uncovers a very different picture.
From ’80s Italy to the great American road trip of the ’00s – photographers Guido Guidi, Jason Fulford, Gregory Halpern, and Viviane Sassen take us on a visual journey through the decades.
In his dark and atmospheric new project, The Karabakhians, photographer Gus Palmer documents the underreported conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
After spending her childhood in Kenya, Dutch photographer Viviane Sassen reimagines her memories through eerie, beautifully staged portraiture.
Photographers GODLIS and Angela Boatwright capture two distinct scenes: 1970s New York and contemporary Los Angeles.
Welsh photographer Elijah Thomas documents the lives of Cardiff’s up-and-coming bands, capturing a scene united in its tight-knit camaraderie.
A new show explores the most topical stories from around the world, taking us beyond the headlines and the hype to see the underlying humanity.
What it was like to witness skate history first-hand.
For Latin American Foto Festival, the Melrose neighbourhood will act as one vast, public gallery, showcasing work from Latin America’s most exciting names.
As the capital of the world’s most secretive country, Pyongyang is a city that’s rarely documented in Western media – until now.