Photography

Photography

These photographs capture the homoeroticism of dumbbells

Diego Villarreal Vagujhelyi’s sculpted hand weights and accompanying photo series show the intimacy the object has with our bodies and desires.
Tom George
2 days ago
Photography

Joan Albert photographed her sons growing up over two decades

In 'Family Photographs', the late photographer's work between the 70s and 90s is published into her first monograph.
Zoe Whitfield
2 days ago
Photography

Moncler taps three young photographers to capture summer

For its Moncler Voices campaign, the brand empowers its global creative community, inviting Gray Sorrenti, Min Hyunwoo and Gabriel Moses to capture the love, hope and joy of the season.
Mahoro Seward
3 days ago
Photography

Photographer Camila Falquez creates new paradigms of beauty, power & liberation

Ahead of her first ever solo exhibition in New York, the artist discusses elevating her subjects to new heights.
Miss Rosen
4 days ago
Culture

2022’s hottest creatives as selected by Manju Journal

In celebration of Africa Day, the global arts and culture platform have chosen to spotlight these designers, image makers and artists.
Jenna Mahale
4 days ago
Photography

Colin Dodgson's sun-kissed, spontaneous photography

As he opens his new NYC exhibition, 'Private Island', the photographer discusses his aim to make less-digestible art.
Rosalind Jana
5.24.22
Photography

Poignant photographs of daily life in pre-war Ukraine

Paris-based photographer Sofiya Loriashvili's new zine, 'My Last Voyage in This Fucking World', is a love letter to her native country.
Sarah Moroz
5.23.22
Photography

Nana Yaw Oduro's vibrant photographs are a study of Black male softness

The Ghanaian photographer is channeling his experiences growing up in Accra to disrupt notions of boyhood and masculinity.
Sarah Moroz
5.20.22
Photography

Atmospheric photographs of the 80s Harlem drag scene

Mariette Pathy Allen’s work celebrates a courageous and fiercely loyal community.
Miss Rosen
5.19.22
Culture

The ravers on a mission to save Dublin’s dying dance party scene

The city's nightlife is being crippled by development hell and skyrocketing rents, but young Dubliners aren't giving up without a fight.
Izzy Copestake
5.17.22
Photography

The photographer recreating everyday moments in his work

Shot over 20 years, the images in Jeff Wall's new show craft a unique perspective on the world.
Zoe Whitfield
5.17.22
Photography

Liz Johnson Artur on capturing Black life and history in the making

The artist’s new book, ‘Time Don’t Run Here’, explores community and solidarity at London’s Black Lives Matter protests during the summer of 2020.
Ashley Tyner
5.13.22
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