Travelling back and forth between Tokyo and Kamakura, photographer Shin Noguchi seeks out the extraordinary in the everyday.
The street photographer captures the city’s most curious characters in his latest series, Creatures.
Street photographer Isaac Diggs captures a city at odds with itself in his new book, Middle Distance or The Anxiety of Influence.
Japanese street photographer Mikiko Hara shoots from the chest, allowing the camera to capture happy accidents that come as a surprise... even to her.
Street photographer Boogie has spent years shooting the world’s darkest corners. Now, he turns his attention to Belgrade Zoo – a skate crew who capture the long-lost spirit of punk.
Paul Trevor’s seminal series contrasted London’s high-rollers with people in a nearby street market. Now, they’re being exhibited for the first time in almost 25 years.
After struggling to find a publisher for his images, photographer Stephen Leslie discovered Unbound – a UK organisation giving power back to writers.
US photographer Makena Mambo returns to her roots for her latest project, capturing the colour of East Africa.
When Dotan Saguy made the leap from business developer to street photographer, he immersed himself in a real-life circus on the verge of being gentrified.
Photographer Alistair Redding places portraits of people alongside shots of everyday objects and shapes, entangling people with the urban environment.
The legendary street photographer, who died in August last year, is being celebrated in a new exhibition at New York’s Daniel Cooney’s Fine Art Gallery.
With his poignant portraits of 20th-century urban life, American artist Garry Winogrand shook up the world of street photography.