For over two decades, Leah Gordon has documented the significance of ritual and identity in Haiti, honouring a community taking history into their own hands
The British-Asian photographer uses his lens to explore the ancient practise of Mallakhamb – an intricate sport fusing wrestling with yoga
The Brazilian-born artist’s latest monograph charts over 20 years or work redefining the canonical nude
Sergei Stroitelev’s ongoing series challenges the perception of shame felt by Russian women fighting the effects of the unforgiving disease
Upon learning of her mother’s terminated pregnancy while in the armed forces, the photographer set to work to reveal an intimate and important experience shared by many
The Land of Holes exposes environmental exploitation and injustice quietly ravaging an the community of Brescia.
Questions of truth and fiction, doubt and certainty, and the relationship between the observer and the observed are the key themes of the £30,000 prize – which rewards a living photographer, of any nationality, for a body of work felt to have significantly contributed to photography
The magnitude of Harley Weir’s success is unparalleled compared to most photographers of her age.…
Pace London’s new exhibition features key works by iconic postwar American photographers, to give an insight into both the country at that time and the image-makers’ vision of it
‘The Travellers’ unearths the everyday lives of Ireland’s largest minority group.