Photographing the unrecognised Lumbee tribe in North Carolina
Maria Sturm's 'You Don't Look Native to Me' explores identity and stolen histories with Native Americans seeking federal-level recognition.
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5 American art school grads on the value of their degrees
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The artist who chronicled a generation lost to AIDS
Larry Stanton's paintings are a touching tribute to a community of friends and artists gone long before their time.
Marisol Mendez subverts classic tropes about women in her photography
In her debut monograph, 'Madre', the photographer delves into realms of past and present to consider the feminine as a life force.
Daniel Arnold’s life in photos
Dubbed a "human paparazzo" by collaborator Josh Safdie, the photographer calls New York “the perfect computer simulator".
65 photographers capture the hot, halcyon days of summertime
Something Special Studio's new photobook collates different personal visions of sun, skin and sweat.
What vintage paparazzi photos teach us about the birth of celebrity culture
As new exhibition – 'PAPARAZZI!' – opens in Vienna, we examine the cultural significance of a contentious profession.
Hideka Tonomura spent 20 years inside Tokyo's notorious red-light district
The photographer is republishing her dark and erotic series, 'They Called Me Yukari'.
Lin Zhipeng’s wild, edenic photos from Paris
The Chinese photographer’s latest series, ‘Amour Défendu’, muses on a time of free love and freer spirits.
Hicham Benohoud set up a photo studio in his classroom
At a school in Marrakech, the teacher turned boredom into an elaborate photo project spanning 1994 to 2002.
Aun Helden's prosthetic performance art is a survival mechanism
The Brazilian transdisciplinary artist decided to deconstruct the self to confront oppression and trauma – and ultimately, to stay alive.
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Gail Thacker’s alchemical photographs contemplate the fragility of life
For the past 30 years, the New York photographer has documented her community of queer artists on meticulously distressed Polaroid film.