The photographer who captured the 00s' biggest popstars
From Destiny's Child to Britney, Markus Klinko created much of the visual language we now come to think of as 'Y2K vibes'.
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First gen kids recreate photos of their parents when they were younger
Chinese-American photographer Kyle Lui’s project, 'Sowing Rice With Salt', sheds light on the interconnected struggles of immigrant families.
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7 photographers on the impact of Richard Avedon
An exhibition at Gagosian Gallery asks over 150 fashion designers, musicians, and other renowned creatives to reflect on the photographer’s legacy.
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Gritty photos documenting four decades of mafia-run Palermo
A new exhibition provides a layered look at a city shrouded in myth, through the work of those who fearlessly shot it during the 50s, 60s, 70s & 80s.
Rediscovered photos of the 70s Hollywood skate scene
Hugh Holland's new book takes us on a trip into a world of tube socks, short shorts and empty swimming pools.
A couple spent a year documenting their transitions
Inspired by Nan Goldin, photographer Mathis Benestebe captured the deeply intimate process.
Photographing sexuality, desire and grief in Black masculinity
A new exhibition showcases the work of nine photographers continuing the legacy of James Baldwin today.
Luis Alberto Rodriguez celebrates the nude body
In 'O.', black-and-white photographs captures the point at which human mysticism and corporeality converge.
Heady summer photographs of bare skin and sea in Naples
Shot in the rocky coastal Italian city, Sam Wright captured everything from swimming teenagers to sun-fatigued nuns.
Photographing the rapid change of city life of the mid-20th Century
Evelyn Hofer’s images went overlooked in her lifetime, but a new exhibition, more than a decade after her death, celebrates her legacy and work.
Guy Bourdin was fashion photography’s greatest storyteller
Giorgio Armani stages a retrospective of the French fashion visionary who told stories with his images.
Authentic photos of American skate culture over two decades
Observed from the inside, skateboarder and photographer Ed Templeton's new book, 'Wires Crossed', is part-memoir, part-ethnographic study.