Emma Russell

Art

An interview with feminist punk icons the Guerrilla Girls

'The Art of Behaving Badly' is the first book to document the career of the Guerrilla Girls from 1985 to today. Here, the collective's founders discuss their ongoing fight for equality in art and the world.
Emma Russell
10.8.20
Fashion

Designer Sabrina Olivera pays tribute to Mexico's revolutionary women soldiers

The first collection for her label, 'Soldaderas', raises funds for domestic violence survivors in her home country.
Emma Russell
9.16.20
Photography

Artists Elliott Jerome Brown Jr. and Zalika Azim on exploring time, space and the Black body

The pair discuss self-portraiture, the importance of exhibiting art in the communities where it’s made and their latest exhibition at Welancora Gallery in Brooklyn.
Emma Russell
9.9.20
Photography

Documenting the carefree, queer haven of Jacob Riis Beach

From The Rockaways to New York Pride, photographer Stephanie Mei-Ling explores intersectional identity beyond society's fetishisation of marginalised subcultures.
Emma Russell
9.3.20
Photography

These dystopian summer holiday photos spotlight the other side of paradise

Photographer Txema Salvans' sunbathers enjoy moments of tranquility in the post-industrial landscape of the Spanish Mediterranean.
Emma Russell
9.2.20
Photography

Julie Blackmon's surreal photos capture daily life in American suburbs

The photographer’s latest exhibition 'Fever Dreams' explores the artful chaos in the everyday.
Emma Russell
8.28.20
Photography

These nostalgic images capture the glamour and grit of American rodeo

Photographer Anna Ottum swapped New York's fashion scene for the cowboys of the Southwest.
Emma Russell
7.28.20
Photography

AdeY’s striking, minimalist photographs capture dancers in the nude

The artist, dancer and choreographer, uses the human form to create a utopian world where there’s equality of sexuality, gender and race.
Emma Russell
7.1.20
Photography

Julie Poly’s kitsch photos capture life onboard the Ukrainian Railways

In 'Ukrzaliznytsia', the train conductor turned photographer recreates the elaborate tales she’s heard and seen play out on the railways in Ukraine.
Emma Russell
5.19.20
Photography

These moving photos capture life pre-isolation

'Not Me, Us' is a collaborative art book by all your favorite photographers to support gig workers affected by COVID-19.
Emma Russell
4.23.20
Photography

These photos celebrate anarcho-punk youth culture in the 80s

Chris Killip’s new book 'The Station' documents punk rockers in action, escaping the tough realities of North East England through music and moshing.
Emma Russell
4.8.20
Photography

Kate Bellm's striking photos capture the spirit of endless summer

Her latest photo book 'AMOR' is a love letter to the island of Mallorca, spontaneous road trips and the naked body.
Emma Russell
3.30.20
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