A counter-protest by far-right group Britain First was penned in by police when confronted by the pro-refugee march.
Asked why she wanted to take pictures of nude women, Whitney Hubbs answers, "Because it's so wrong! Because you can't do it! Because it's a cliche, because it's politically incorrect."
For this week's installment of First-Person Shooter, we gave a camera to Jay Wolman, the lead line cook of Brooklyn's Diner and Marlow & Sons restaurants—two local favorites in South Williamsburg.
In August 2015, photographer Jörg Brüggemann traveled to the Greek island of Kos to document the interactions between refugees and vacationers there.
Photographer Barbara Davatz took portraits of people who communicate a world view through their appearance as a pair.
Photos of the CAR's escalating civil war between the Muslim rebel fighters and the pro-government Christian forces.
Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari, the Italian prankster-photographers behind this month's VICE cover, speak out their inspiration and collaborations.
Take a sneak peek at the upcoming issue of the twisted, vibrant, and beautiful Toilet Paper magazine.
Find the nearest TV set, stock up on beer and Funyuns, and tune in.
Terttu Uibopuu photographs subtle signs of trauma and recovery in the American South and in her native Estonia.
A diamond ghost town faces an uncertain future in the South African desert.
These photos are an ongoing collaboration between two Dutch artists and members of Sistaazhood, a group of trans sex workers affiliated with the Cape Town advocacy group SWEAT.
Just like in England, these Nepalese kids' main concern was getting through their schooldays so they could go skate.
A gallery of photographer Olivia Acland's latest work from Sierra Leone where she visited doctors that use a combination of black magic and herbal medicines to cure the sick.
We watched thousands of chanting protesters call for the closing of Yarl's Wood detention center in Bedfordshire—the most notorious of its kind in the UK.
Our new photo series kicks off with a chaotic night of drinking, foosball, and tattoos.
Photographer Kaz Senju has been visiting the site of the infamous nuclear power plant disaster for years. This is what he's seen.
Photographer Eva Szombat's latest project is simple: Find people who have discovered a thing they love, then put them in pictures.
Every year, this French seaside resort fills up with hoards of retirees seeking spa treatments and tea dances.
We spoke to photographer Moises Saman about the work in his new book, Discordia.
To many Swiss, the Lochergut seemed like the foreboding of an impersonal and dystopian future.
In the late 90s, Taku Onoda shot everyone from Mos Def to Wu-Tang to Guru.
Throughout her four years working with World Vision, Rose traveled the world, photographing women in developing countries from Africa to South America.