photographing puerto rico's resilient creative community
One year after Hurricane Maria, photographer Nick van Tiem visited the island to capture the young people who are determined to rebuild their country.
chloe sheppard’s new exhibition will transport you back to 1960s france
Step back in time with ‘A Much Better Illusion’, a one night only exhibition and short film that feels very Jean Luc-Godard if he lived in 2018 and had an Instagram.
iconic photographer derek ridgers on how to take a great image
Derek Ridgers's new book draws on the photographer’s lesser known archive of rock photography, featuring iconic images of Damon Albarn, Neneh Cherry, Nick Cave, Snoop Dogg and more.
sory sanlé captured the eclectic youth culture of newly free burkina faso
The year the country won independence in 1960, Sanlé opened a photo studio, where teens would flock to have their portraits taken in a mélange of traditional costumes and modish street clothes.
photographs that capture uganda's youth culture, from a city to a village
A country in which nearly half the population are under 15 years old, Uganda really is for the young.
lost photos from the most radical hair salon of 80s london
'CUTS,' published by Tyrone Lebon and Michael Kopelman, celebrates a basement salon that became an alternative mecca for pop icons, fashion editors, and scrappy punk kids.
london photographers celebrate refugees in moving new portrait series
From Campbell Addy to Nick Waplington, 10 photographers capture 10 portraits in arresting new show, 'A New Beginning'.
how to make it as a backstage fashion photographer with robert fairer
As he publishes his latest instalment of backstage photography, this time from the shows of NYC fashion stalwart Marc Jacobs, we discuss a career behind the curtain with Robert Fairer.
guadalupe rosales is the keeper of 90s chicano culture
The artist behind @veteranas_and_rucas views archiving as a way to reframe the history of brown youth.
this photography book explores uncovering, intimacy and protection
Belgian photographer Pierre Debusschere’s debut exhibition UNcovered has been turned into an incredible photobook.
sabrina santiago captures the kinks, curls, and culture of hair
The New York-based photographer's latest portrait series celebrates diversity and individuality.
alice mann's magical photos of south africa's young majorettes
'Drummies' chronicles an aspirational world where young women can cast off stereotypes and create a positive space for themselves.
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