this photographer makes a good case for wearing sunscreen forever
Pierre-Louis Ferrer's haunting ultraviolet photography reveals just how much the sun affects your skin.
the exorcism of petra collins
A pioneer of post-internet coming-of-age photography, Petra Collins’s latest project feels like the natural conclusion to a decade’s worth of intimate bedroom portraiture.
the magazine changing how black creativity is showcased
From cover to cover ‘Neu Neu’ puts black talent in the spotlight both behind and in front of the camera.
liz johnson artur discusses 25 years of capturing the beauty of the black british experience
The photographer reflects on her new exhibition 'If you know the beginning the end is no trouble' — a spiritual homecoming at the South London Gallery.
see the world through @throwawaycam's disposable cameras
Photographer Remi Bouvier's project highlights street and skate photography, from Paris to Los Angeles.
our favourite shots from this year’s magnum square print photo sale
For 2019, photographers were invited to respond to the theme ‘Obsessions’.
the queer photographer who captured manhattan’s bygone cruising culture
Bronx native Alvin Baltrop captured the emotional side of public hook-ups.
this is primavera sound 2019, straight up
We headed to Parc del Fòrum to meet the music fans turning the festival into an international dream land.
charles dennington talks us through his new sculpture-inspired beauty series
How the fashion photographer’s past sculptural practice lead to a beauty collaboration with Joel Babicci and Charlotte Agnew.
jamie hawkesworth: “I've tried to keep a certain naivety to things”
Get an exclusive look at photographer Jamie Hawkesworth’s latest project, ‘A Short, Pleasurable Journey, Part Two’, as he discusses the story behind it.
'kalifornia kool' documents san fran's unruly punk scene in the 70s
Legendary photographer Ruby Ray shares the crazy stories behind the photos in her new book.
the photographer using softness to challenge hatred
After hearing of multiple homophobic attacks occurring in Arles, France, where she was studying, young German photographer Celine Yasemin began ‘21 Gram’, a series rooted in softness, love and compassion.