You have to admit, it looks like a pretty fun party.
We got a special selection of images from Lost in Music, an upcoming photography exhibition that charts the history of dance music and club culture in the UK.
Stacy Kranitz has been collaborating with local writers to tell stories that offer a complex and nuanced understanding of what central Appalachia looks like 50 years after becoming a byword for poverty.
Jason Jaworski's Labyrinth was created while traveling for 13 days through slums in the Philippines, accompanied by a group of little people.
Belarus's scars and, more importantly, the heroics of war have become the central focus of a government in search of a unifying national identity.
Cole Barash's latest work documents the tiny community on an island north of Iceland.
"Look, it's a Minion!" "That's Pikachu, Dad..."
The Japanese island of Okinawa is the last holdout for dugongs. Now Camp Schwab is set to build new runways over their feeding ground.
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.
The men are protesting against the decision by Macedonian authorities to turn away those who do not come from war zones such as Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq.
Dutch photographer Jan Hoek takes insane, immersive photographs of people living on the fringes of society.
The long-running happening transformed a raw warehouse space into a 24/7 art and film hub.
Photographer Ryan Shorosky spent a year working as a truck driver. This is a collection of photos taken during his time on the road.
Photographer Jane Stockdale captures Kosovo's Olympians as they prepare for Rio 2016.
Nanjie used to be a shining example of communism at work. Today, it's a fading time capsule where young Chinese nationals can indulge their 'Maostalgia.'
Roland Ramanan has spent the past few years documenting the vulnerable community who spend their days in Dalston's Gillett Square as the area they know changes around them.
The show is a collection of his favorite images from the past 20 years of traveling the globe with his pals and bandmates.
Last night a French expatriate named Laura Laffitte held a vigil at Federaton Square, just as she'd done for the Charlie Hebdo murders.
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.
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.
The Melbourne photographer and filmmaker gives us a glimpse into her cinematic world.
Hanging out with the most misunderstood pets in the world.