Chris Shaw spent three years photographing life on a housing estate in the south of England.
Photographer Olga Kravets documents modern life in Chechyna, a federal state of Russia, where Turkish-built skyscrapers tower over citizens and the government tortures young men if they show any sign of dissent.
Photographer Dru Donovan collaborated with a group of men from the Fordham section of the Bronx to stage images that revisit their previous encounters with the NYPD.
Photographer Lijie Zhang documents the plight of blind students in China so that more is done to improve their situation.
These guys are the low-key Melbourne photo bromance you never knew you always wanted.
Photos by Grey Hutton.
Lindokuhle Sobekwa and Mikhael Subotzky take photos of a world few have access to.
Dhaka's pavement dwellers have few means to survive in a political, social, and economic environment that virtually ignores them.
Prospering within a system that is destroying the very land that is at the heart of their identity, the community of Fort McKay must negotiate an inner conflict.
With his first book out this month, the photographer talked to VICE about why shooting nudes and landscapes are kind of the same thing.
Peruvian photographer Omar Lucas travelled to the town of La Rinconada to spend time with women who spend 11 hours a day panning for gold.
The Magnum photographer on fatalism and determinism.
Each year, the photo festival Image Singulières invites a photographer to the French town of Sète to make a series of photographs. During my time there, I became curious about what was happening behind closed doors.
The Piangueras are a remote Colombian community who make a living collecting and selling clams found at the bottom of mangroves in the country's Pacific coast. Their work is dangerous, unregulated, and mostly carried out by kids.
Photographer Alec Soth ventured to Nome, Alaska, a deeply American place created by outsiders for outsiders, to capture the frontier rawness of the "Sin City of the North."
The Magnum Foundation's mission to sustain independent work and artistic excellence is embodied in this collection of pictures by photographers like Poulomi Basu, Tanya Habjouqa, and Pete Pin.
Magnum photographer Rose Marie Cromwell went looking for King Bhumibol, Thailand's ill and missing monarch, and found him everywhere in the Thai consciousness.
The artists in this issue work at the crossroads of photojournalism and art. Their approaches are diverse, but they share a knack for capturing the images that exist as resonant frequencies amid the cacophony.
For Gloria Viagra—drag icon, nightlife celebrity, and notorious party host—Gay Pride is an all-consuming 24-hours involving constant cameos, photo opps, and outfit changes.
Brasília is an urban closet.
Eighteen-wheelers are basically studio apartments on wheels, with the rig's cabin serving as a bedroom, kitchen, tool bench, closet, and dining room all in one.
New York City's largest outdoor fetish street festival is full of leather, latex, and bare buttcheeks.
Stuart Griffiths was posted to County Tyrone as a military photographer. Some weeks into the tour, a young British soldier lost both his legs to an IRA explosive device, triggering the Coalisland riots.
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