Reading Time: 4 minutes The Italian photographer travelled to the village of Cotignola in 2018, seeking inspiration and a new beginning.
Reading Time: 4 minutes In early 2022, photography duo Jean-Marc Caimi and Valentina Piccinni travelled to Ukraine to document a nation preparing for war. What they didn’t know then was that these ordinary people would be putting their newly learned skills to the test just weeks later
Reading Time: 5 minutes When Alba Zari was four years old, she fled the Children of God cult with her mother and grandmother. Now, after many years, the artist is seeking answers about her family’s past in an attempt to understand the controversial sect that recruited them
Reading Time: 2 minutes 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
Reading Time: 2 minutes The artist’s hybrid images blend photography, text and collage, describing the turbulence of being young, Black and queer in America
Reading Time: 5 minutes For the past half decade, Dee Dwyer has documented the ongoing protests occurring in her city, Washington DC, feeling it her duty to tell the story from the perspective of the Black community.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Near Salvador, the capital of Bahia state, an island community of Afro-Brazilians are living life in toxic waters
Reading Time: 7 minutes Nominated by our Ones to Watch 2021, we present the third and final chapter of our Ones to Watch Community featuring Rory Hamovit, Cynthia Mai Amman, Sekai Machache, Tom Roche, Jessica Gianelli, Nida Mehboob and Tonje Thilesen
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Venezuelan photographer seeks to highlight the nuanced beauty of her culture with images that connect
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Swiss photographer creates a ‘love letter to the abnormal’, pushing back against vilification of the queer community