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 On the morning of 24 February 2022, Ukrainian photographers woke up in a warzone. Many of them, such Mikhail Palinchak, Alina Smutko, Volodymyr Petrov and Pavel Dorogoy, chose to remain, documenting the horrific scenes taking place in their home.
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: 3 minutes Empty Nest is a delicate telling of the changing roles and relations in a family influenced by China’s one-child policy
Reading Time: 5 minutes His new 756-page book explores a home in a remote Japanese village that may soon be gone
Reading Time: 4 minutes 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.
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: 3 minutes Virginia Hanusik on changing the visual narrative of climate change
Reading Time: 4 minutes The Brazilian photographer’s most recent project documents drug trafficking in Michoacán, Mexico, and caught the judges attention
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.