this exhibition is shining a light on the uk’s homelessness epidemic
Photographer Jermaine Francis presents ‘The Invisibles’, a powerful selection of photos of the tents serving a temporary homeless shelters across British cities shot originally for i-D.
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the story behind robert mapplethorpe and patti smith’s first photo shoot together
Unpublished photography by Lloyd Ziff offers an intimate look at the early days of the cultural icons' fabled relationship.
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these images capture modern masculinity at the barbershop
Photographer Maxwell Tomlinson presents a selection of enviously sharp fades.
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these photos capture 70 years of teenage subcultures
From goths loitering outside shopping centres to 90s clubkids and lairy football fans, the newly opened Museum of Youth Culture celebrates the excitement and confusion of growing up.
photography from a long, hot summer in london
Nick Waplington spent summer 2018 at Hackney Riviera, capturing the different characters frequenting London’s hidden oasis.
40 years of making people visible through portraiture
In a new book, photographer Dawoud Bey discusses a career spent creating conversation and community through powerful work.
this photographer explores what it means to be an outsider in morocco
Feeling like a "misfit" in her home country inspired Deborah Benzaquen to document queer and mixed identities in her work.
craig mcdean loves fast cars and fashion
The renowned photographer has collaborated with Byredo to create a photo book and capsule collection that fuse the two.
15 years of photographing the ‘american heartland’
Photographer Gregory Halpern captures the changing and unchanging aspects of life in Omaha, Nebraska.
these photographs show the transformative power of wigs
Artist Renell Medrano's work celebrates hair in communities of color.
the photographer creating supernatural portraits of atlanta
Josiah Rundles captures the beautiful faces and scenery that make up one of America's most fabled cities.
how joel meyerowitz came to shoot provincetown during the aids crisis
The legendary street photographer discusses the death of the street’s innocence, the discovery of Vivian Maier’s archive and why Provincetown was such fertile ground for beautiful portraiture.