darren sylvester never planned to celebrate consumerism, we did that on our own
With work featuring Chanel logos and fast food, the pop artist mirrors our love of purchasing.
a spontaneous karl lagerfeld exhibition opens today
A tribute to his photography.
Tijuana: A Mexican Dream
two mexican photographers on finding beauty in a violent desert city
With a soaring murder rate and a growing migrant crisis, the young photographers of Tijuana, Mexico, have learned to find grace in unique ways.
lee grant photographs migrant identity to understand her own
Korean-Australian photographer Lee Grant documents the ever-changing cultural face of Australia.
mortal remains: the new fashion fanzine inspired by a graveyard, sort of
Take an exclusive look at a new zine from hairstylist Anthony Turner.
these photographs humorously skewer our image obsessed world
Joost Termeer’s ‘This Reminds Me Of An Experience I Never Had’ simulates how we’ve lost touch with reality.
9 female photo assistants on how to make it in the industry
These women share their stories and best advice for entering the male-dominated industry.
this photo series tells a tender story of modern life in iran
Sarah Pannell's debut book 'Tabriz to Shiraz' challenges preconceived notions of life in Iran.
a new exhibition celebrates french photographer charles fréger
Monsters, masks and rituals: A new exhibition at the Armani/Silos museum in Milan showcases the work of Charles Fréger.
we caught up with molly goddard’s mum to discuss their new exhibition
Sarah Edwards talks us through ‘Dress Portrait’.
these portraits explore what it means to be a teen in new zealand
In her ongoing series 'The Western Springs Project', Tash Hopkins questions the misguided stereotypes placed on New Zealand youth.
hanna moon and joyce ng: english as a second language
Ahead of their joint exhibition at Somerset House, opening next week, photographers Hanna Moon and Joyce Ng discuss the story behind the show.
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