Photos of immigrant communities that capture the real American Dream
Alexander-Julian Gibbson's new series ‘The Land of Milk and Honey' highlights the joy and rich diversity of immigrant communities across the US.
Kadar Small wants to shift your perception of Black brotherhood
The New York photographer's new series “My Brotha” is an ode to tenderness and intimacy amongst young men coming-of-age in the city.
Xavier Sharod Dominic Avery's photos uplift the multi-layered beauty of sisterhood
The New York-based photographer's new series 'SORORITY' celebrates the supportive circle of friends he holds close.
Kendall Bessent's portraits offer an intimate look at his own 'Black Mecca'
Currently showing his work in New York, in collaboration with the Black Artist Fund, the sky's the limit for the 20-year-old Atlanta-born photographer.
How Mical Valusek reframed the nude image in quarantine
In the Paris-based photographer’s ‘Home Alone’ series, Mical's subjects gained control through a deeply collaborative process.
Intimate portraits of the trans and non-binary community in Paris
Photographer Vincent Ferrané captures the ritual of getting ready to go out in his new book, ‘Every-day’.
These timeless prom portraits are an ode to teenage resilience
When the senior dance was cancelled, Katie McCurdy set up a socially-distanced studio in her backyard to keep the tradition of prom photos alive.
Documenting the carefree, queer haven of Jacob Riis Beach
From The Rockaways to New York Pride, photographer Stephanie Mei-Ling explores intersectional identity beyond society's fetishisation of marginalised subcultures.
Marili Andre's whimsical photos capture the raw spirit of youth
The photographer went back to her childhood home in Greece, her DIY roots and rediscovered the pure, unadulterated fun of fashion.
These photos celebrate the beauty of Black life in the Bahamas
Photographer Melissa Alcena documents the people of her home country at their most pure.
These photos reinsert Black and brown, queer and trans bodies in art history
'Being,' a project spearheaded by Camila Falquez, reimagines the classical artistic canon from which they've historically been erased.
AdeY’s striking, minimalist photographs capture dancers in the nude
The artist, dancer and choreographer, uses the human form to create a utopian world where there’s equality of sexuality, gender and race.