A new exhibition chronicles the UK’s youth over the past 100 years, celebrating its role in shaping subculture.
In a new book, Deanna Templeton combines images she captured of young girls on the streets with her own diary entries to reflect on the emotionally fraught experience of being a teenager.
On and off-screen best friends Kosar Ali and Bukky Bakray on growing up in East London, and why diverse stories are as vital as ever.
From standing on the frontlines at Tahrir Square to rallying against the patriarchy, Amal became a revolutionary when she was just a teenager.
What’s it like growing up in one of the most remote countries in the world? Photographer Debra Friedman finds out in her latest book, Coming Of Age In Wonderland.
A new show at the Autograph ABP gallery – featuring Polaroids, installations and zines – sees students discover what ‘home’ means to them.
Photographer Siân Davey has captured what it means to turn from 16 to 18, having gained intimate access from an unlikely source: her own stepdaughter.
Magnum photographer Chris Steele-Perkins reflects on the enduring legacy of The Teds as his classic documentary series goes on display for the first time in nearly 40 years.
Coming of age is hard, no matter how or where it happens. But for thousands of young people from South Sudan, growing up in Australia has been tantamount to a fresh start – an opportunity to forge new friendships, ambitions and identities.