One decade since the Tottenham riots that shook the city, the London-based photographer captures the marginalised groups that call it home, finding parallels between his experiences and theirs
On assignment for The New York Times, Ducke travelled to one of Russia’s new military outposts in the Arctic where he witnessed an awakening of activity.
Near Salvador, the capital of Bahia state, an island community of Afro-Brazilians are living life in toxic waters
Virginia Hanusik on changing the visual narrative of climate change
Spending her photographic career photographing some of the planet’s most remote and inaccessible environments, Skubatz travels to a tiny town in the Arctic that is at the forefront of its changing landscape.
In Indonesia’s rural communities, where laptops and internet access are sparse, classes are being taught over the airwaves
Rasti’s series, There Are No Homosexuals In Iran, reveals a community caught between ongoing persecution and the promise of freedom
Moved by her son’s recollection of his dreams, in her latest photobook Ermakova illustrates a story about a boy and his friend who transform into birds
First created as a response to the one dimensional and sensationalist reporting by the US media, the work looks at the long term effects of the climate crisis on the lives of individuals
Inspired by a notebook he kept during a month-long residency in a remote town in the southern Sweden, Elias’ latest publication explores distance, intimacy and human connection