The photographer discusses making images that go beyond the limits of race, gender, and other markers of identity.
Following the release of his newly republished 1991 book, Redheads, the American photographer reflects on his celebration of ginger people and their magnetic power.
Over 13 years, the Suffolk-born photographer travelled up and down the country to create a poignant series of images of a modern, multicultural UK.
A new book and exhibition aims to shed light on the archive of James Barnor – an artist who created a vital document of Ghanian Independence and London’s swinging ‘60s.
Photographer Stephan Gladieu reflects on his trips to North Korea, where he set out to make a series of portraits peeling back the curtain on what life is like for the average DPRK citizen.
In the 1970s and '80s, Joseph Rodriguez worked as a cab driver while studying photography in NYC, where he captured an unflinching portrait of the city.
Czech photographer Marie Tomanova captures the hopes and dreams of contemporary US city-dwellers in her new portrait series, Young Americans.
Exploring themes of identity and diversity, the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize announces the winning portrait of 2016.
Spencer Murphy’s solo show Ephemera brings together his signature barren landscapes and evocative portrait photography.
Photographer Mark Leaver discovers a community of street performers in Delhi whose traditional way of life is under threat from India’s rapid modernisation.
British photographer Eddie Otchere shot intimate portraits with every member of Wu-Tang Clan over a five year period when the group were at their creative peak.
Twenty-six of the best portraits from a year of privileged glimpses into extraordinary lives.