black and white photography
yael laroes' unedited self-portraits explore the complexity of obesity
“Fat bodies are often tucked away. Not only by fat people themselves, but also by the media."
raw and honest portraits of models by eddie wrey
With the absence of styling, hair and make-up, these black-and-white portraits show a stripped back, character-driven side to modelling.
the faces and places of pre-gentrified east london
Photographer Andrew Holligan captured 80s anarchists, fascists, and little girls with Cabbage Patch dolls.
liz johnson-artur’s photos celebrate black communities, black aesthetics, and black creativity
Since arriving in England in 1991, Liz Johnson-Artur has recorded black British communities with tenderness and intimacy. We spoke to the photographer as an exhibition of her works open in Windrush Square.
candid photos of the 90s new york’s strip club scene
New York photographer Yana Toyber relives her teenage years with a new zine dedicated to the city’s strip club circuit.
documenting the places and faces of london's skate scene
In his latest exhibition, photographer Ian Kenneth Bird's intimate portraits capture the personalities behind the capital's DIY skate spots.
explore poland's bmx community through a black and white lens
Photographer Tori Ferenc invites us deep inside this flourishing scene.