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Is he a photographic genius? Yes, of course he is.
31 female artists challenge the macho athlete archetype in March Madness, an exhibition striking at the intersection of sports and politics during Women's History Month.
When Louie Banks heard Scotty 'Sussi' Sussman was moving to London with partner-in-crime Harry Charlesworth, he could feel a project brewing. Here, the photographer shoots the enigmatic pair alongside actress and model Gia Garison.
Showing as part of Mumbai’s FOCUS Photography Festival, Photographing the Female, is a visual exploration of the many facets of female identity.
We explore the ideas and ideals of appropriation in the world of photography, from Collier Schorr to Barbara Kruger and Richard Prince right through to today’s social media generation.
Eternal Youth — a new show that opened this week at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago — features work by Wolfgang Tillmans, Larry Clark, Ryan Trecartin, Amalia Ulman, Eddie Peake, and Calvin Klein.
Olivia Rose shoots straight up at D Double’s suited and booted video for How I Like It.
Fresh from the opening of his first solo exhibition, the photographer discusses the politics of sex and religion.
At a time when photographic representation of lesbians was limited at best, photographer Tanya Chalkin’s The Kiss caused a storm. An image designed by women for women, we meet the photo’s models and the queer ad agency behind the concept.
In Simon Eeles' first book, Australiana, the photographer is creating a national mythology for a new generation.
Matthew Smith’s images document the outsider youth movements of the end of the Thatcherism in all their mud-caked, pill-soaked bliss and righteous anger.
Fresh from shooting intersex activist and model Hanne Gaby Odiele for The Family Values Issue, we meet the New York-based photographer celebrated for her intimate portraits of women.