Photographer "Boogie" has been documenting street life, gang violence, and crime in marginalised communities for two decades.
We spoke to one member of artist collective The Lurkers about their new book, made up of photos they've taken while graffitiing the walls of a gentrifying city.
From the archives of street photography legend Jill Freedman, who will be appearing at Art Basel this week.
Many Poles who immigrated to the US had mansions built for themselves in the old country, but never returned. Now you'll find unfinished and abandoned villas everywhere in the Polish highlands.
In this week's First-Person Shooter, we gave a camera to the glass guru behind Jop Glass, a studio that makes pipes for rappers and serious smokers. The man even built a three-foot-tall baby with six arms you can smoke out of. Holy hemp!
"I just want to pee, wash my hands, check if I have food in my teeth, and leave without being harassed."
Photos of a Thanksgiving meal you wouldn't want to share with your family. It's quite the mouthful!
Every year, hippies, anarchists, artists and reincarnations of religious figures come together at the Rainbow Gathering to celebrate love and peace.
Some photos from Christ's coronation, which took place in Krakow last weekend.
When photographer Trent Davis Bailey came back to the North Fork Valley, he realized he had found his home.
'North of Dixie: Civil Rights Photography Beyond the South' focuses on places where the fight against discrimination has been ignored by the history books.
Photographer Ben Rayner goes into his archive to pick some photos that are ten years old to the month. This gallery features Adele while she was still in school and Dev Hynes's first show as Lightspeed Champion.
The debut monograph by award-winning photographer Nish Nalbandian immerses you in the turmoil of day-to-day life during the Syrian Civil War.
A striking reality hit artist Guney Soykan when he made one face out of the portraits of heads of state from the past 50 years.
"Never before or since have I witnessed an unnatural disaster on such a scale," writes photographer Sebastião Salgado, who documented the aftermath of the Iraqi army setting Kuwait oil wells ablaze in the early 90s.
Tucked into marshland by a forest in northern France are the remains of a refugee camp we've barely heard about.
An intimate tour of one writer's hometown, one chip shop at a time.
Follow Hamilton Morris as he journeys through a Salvia divinorum ceremony in the forests of Oaxaca.
According to Fabian Muir, to get the shots others haven't you just need to learn to shoot quickly and subtly.
In a new book, two photographers explore and celebrate queer culture in India, including the gay men who were forced to get married and have children while cruising in secrecy.
We spoke to some of the internally displaced people at Erbil's massive flea market in Iraq, about the items they needed after fleeing Mosul.
"This is forcing everyone to come together. I think the community just needs to help each other and force each other to stand up."
Protesters showed up to say their piece, and then a few EDL types appeared and embarrassed themselves.
Photographer Zak Krevitt hit the halls of Nebulous Gaming in the Lower East Side to capture some 'Magic' fans do their thing on Game Day.