With a new documentary about his life, SHOT! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock, we sit down with iconic lensman Mick Rock to talk Ziggy, Iggy and the unbeatable power of rock and roll.
Taken over three years, Jonathan Rentschler’s photographs capture the rebellious spirit of the much-loved skate park before its untimely closure.
Young Thug and Lil Yachty share a lovely hug and Novelist reflects on life.
In the early 1970s, Tom Bianchi was invited to spend a weekend on Fire Island, the legendary gay enclave off the coast of Long Island.
Alice Joiner suffered with mental illness critically for five years; photography became a way for her to discover beauty.
This young photographer is finding the light in the darkness.
Jim Jocoy revisits his electrifying dispatches from the Bay Area’s political punk scene 40 years after documenting it.
The young British-Ghanaian photographer has shot 42 models from his own Niis Agency.
In the late 1960s, Elaine Mayes photographed the rock gods and teen runaways who flooded Haight-Ashbury, California’s countercultural epicenter. A new exhibition revisits her portraits, 50 years later.
Moore shoots his closest friends' unpredictable adventures and intimate moments.
Mario Testino’s Undressed at the Helmut Newton Foundation in Berlin is a homage to the sexy and glam larger-than-life nudity of Helmut Newton himself.
The Andy Warhol Foundation have dug some rare Polaroids out of the archive as a birthday gift for the British painter.
Want to own a photo print by Martin Parr, Bruce Davidson or Stuart Franklin? Thanks to the Magnum Square Print Sale, you’ve got until Friday to get one.
Frustrated by tired tropes and industry obsessions, London-based photographer Joseph Barrett focused his lens on the men around him. The result is a series of portraits that explores post-modern masculinity.
Releasing a beautiful, physical artefact capturing the intimate time he and The xx spent together on a trip to Texan art oasis Marfa, Alasdair McLellan chats to i-D about the importance of creating projects that exist outside the internet.
Over the weekend, 15 iconic skate photographers presented their favourite shots of Harold Hunter, the late downtown legend who caught the eye of Thrasher and Larry Clark.
As his second Tate retrospective draws to a close this weekend, award-winning artist, photographer and musician Wolfgang Tillmans reflects on the politics, photography, and musical endeavours that have defined the last fifteen years of his career.
A new multimedia exhibition entitled Wait highlights the importance of looking after the environment following Britain's exit from the EU.