Photographing one of America’s mystic snake-handling churches
Robert LeBlanc’s ‘Gloryland’ takes us inside one of the last remaining places of worship observing this deadly practise.
How Stephen Shore photographed an American crisis
"You have to be emotionally open to a situation and respond on lots of different levels inside, and hopefully that comes through in the pictures."
Clementine de Pressigny
Robert LeBlanc captures America from all angles
The photographer spent six years on the road working on the epic project.
The documentary capturing the sad hedonism of teen America
‘Cusp’, a new movie at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, tells the story of three teen Texas girls battling summers of boredom and sexual violence.
Photographing America's most extravagant Christmas lights
'American Christmas' examines the displays, and the people behind them, through the lens of American folk art.
How Black diviners in the fashion industry balance creativity and magic
Whether training to be a priestess or tending to "witch duties", Porsche Little, Bria Scott and Akua Shabaka share the importance of their spiritual practice in everyday life.
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.
Trump is set on banning Tiktok in 45 days time
President Cheeto has signed an executive order that would see 80 million US users permanently barred from the app.
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.
How to take action online in the wake of George Floyd’s death
Learning, talking and protesting are crucial. So is donating to the fundraisers working on the frontline.
This artist handed out cameras across America – here’s what pictures came back
Neil Hamamoto's latest project subverts the classic approach to documentary photography.
Photographing the hidden lives of wealthy white Americans
Buck Ellison, whose first monograph 'Living Trust' is out now, discusses the work he makes and the feeling of “wanting to look, but feeling guilty once you have” in photography.