André Liohn became famous for his images of conflict in Somalia, Syria, and Libya, but now he's using the same techniques to capture the strangeness and brutality of his home country, Brazil.
Dutch photographer Jan Hoek takes insane, immersive photographs of people living on the fringes of society.
Artists Kirsty Stevens and Hannah Laycock tackle the knowledge gap that surrounds MS by creating art that is tangible and accessible.
Photographer Ryan Shorosky spent a year working as a truck driver. This is a collection of photos taken during his time on the road.
Toronto photographer Bryan Dickie covers Burma's ethnically controlled territories in his new book, Little Pieces.
We also introduce you to one of Syria's biggest rappers and see a daddy-daughter dance through the eyes of fashion photographer Bruce Weber.
The show is a collection of his favorite images from the past 20 years of traveling the globe with his pals and bandmates.
A new photo book charts the rise and fall of disco as a crucial moment in history, and the impact the movement had on New York clubland.
Since British colonialists introduced the drug in the 40s, opium has destroyed the village of Longwa and eroded most of its social and political structures.
Gathered by curators Pete Brook and Rian Dundon in partnership with Catchlight, the work of 14 photographers documents the many facets of the region.
The New York ballroom scene has spread to a European incarnation that mixes straight, gay, black, white, men, women, young, and old. Photographer Ewen Spencer has been following its parties.
Benjamin Lichtenstein has been scrapbooking phrases and overheard conversations for years. Now he's turning it into art.
After signing a waiver without realizing the implications, tattooed model Baz Black has found himself becoming famous in the weirdest way possible.
Photographer Pani Paul has been documenting Mile End skate park for years. His pictures have something about them that can take you back.
For his latest series 'Born Too Late', Sydney photographer Jesse Lizotte spent time with the infamous Japanese gangsters.
Some exclusive images from "Up Close & Personal: The Most Intimate Photos from Magnum."
It's not just screaming children taking the plunge.
King Bansah rules the Gbi Traditional Area of Hohoe, Ghana. But he doesn't live in Ghana. His home is in Ludwigshafen, Germany, where he works as a car mechanic.
No costume is as scary as waking up on November 1.
Dan Boardman's new work features cutout masks shot in front of negatives, resulting in multiple layers and a vague sense of place and time.
Irina Rozovsky captures the disconcerting beauty of a nation that no longer exists.
Burger King's latest food stunt makes for a hell of a photo prop.
Ben Baker gets amazing shots by pretending to flash people—then giving them another kind of flash.
For many, Halloween in New York City is a bigger deal than Christmas, Thanksgiving, Hanukah, Kwanza, Easter, Fourth of July, and their own birthdays and anniversaries combined.