Reading Time: 3 minutes “There are always smaller stories,” says Snell, whose surreal and restless portraiture is rooted in street photography. To coincide with Portrait of Humanity 2022, Snell – who was one of the single image winners in 2020 – discusses his practice.
Reading Time: 6 minutes The first new body of work commissioned by Malala Fund and 1854, Silvana Trevale’s enigmatic portrait of 16-year-old girl Carmen ruminates on the “beauty and complexity” of adolescence on the Venezuelan coast.
Reading Time: 3 minutes With Mold’s fifth annual issue exploring what seed intelligence can teach us about preparing for an uncertain future, Lenancker’s hypnotising still-life cover was born from sculpting and photographing seed-inspired shapes
Reading Time: 4 minutes A collaboration with writer Maryan Abdulkarim, the work is, ultimately, about presence and the act of belonging
Reading Time: 5 minutes Commissioned by Leica and 1854, Bannister’s new body of work – titled Witnesses of: Individuality – celebrates difference and commonality amongst the people of England
Reading Time: 3 minutes Named one of two series winners of OpenWalls Arles 2021, Meyer obscures landscapes of the former Berlin Wall with physical cross-stitching designed to resemble pixelation
Reading Time: 3 minutes Operating as muse, stylist and photographer, the publication’s latest cover is entirely Rihanna’s own work. Vogue Italia’s Creative Director, Ferdinando Verderi, reflects on letting the artist take the reins
Reading Time: 3 minutes Part political advocacy, part documentary photo series, Daskalakis’ portrait of an indigenous Kichwa community is currently on show in in Hong Kong as part of the inaugural Decade of Change exhibition
Reading Time: 4 minutes For the British fashion title, Kamara’s appointment as editor-in-chief heralded a new era. From London to China and Lagos to Brazil, the Sierra Leone-born creative takes us behind the scenes of the summer issue’s seven cover shoots — six of which he styled himself