The Mexican artist blended surrealism, abstraction, and the social themes of urbanisation and globalisation, in her evocative images.
Photographer Stuart Linden Rhodes recalls capturing the North’s diverse LGBTQ+ clubbing scene, and the vibrant characters who filled the dance floors.
David Lee’s photos, captured on set, offer a unique look inside the mind of the pioneering filmmaker.
A new exhibition brings together photographer Greg Girard’s evocative shots of Hong Kong during the city’s golden age.
In the first instalment of Creator Stories, Alla Chiara Luzztelli lifts the lid on her multi-disciplinary approach to documentation.
Photographer Joe Clementi discusses his striking shots of the city’s vibrant clubs, protests, street scenes and more.
A project bringing together archival images of GRT people in London aims to allow the community to tell their stories on their terms.
A new exhibition brings together the work of Black women and non-binary photographers in order to give them the power to tell their stories on their own terms.
In a new series of photographs, Tariq Zaidi captures the control gangs have over the wider Salvadoran society and the grief caused by the pervasive violence.
My Greatest Shot is a brand-new series from Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and Sky Arts. The series profiles some of Britain’s most innovative photographers, inviting them to reflect on their careers while sharing in-depth stories behind some of their most iconic work.
A new exhibition in Glasgow coinciding with COP26 exposes how governments and businesses globally play a part in the unfair impacts of climate change.
Photographer Mel D. Cole reflects on capturing the BLM protests that swept America after the killing of George Floyd.