The photographer takes on Irish culture in his latest series and book, 'People of the Mud,' applying his signature dance-inspired lens to Gaelic sports and traditions.
In conversation with Kimberly Drew, Texas Isaiah talks about photographing fellow Black and queer masculine people and always centering the emotions of his sitter.
Photographer Stefanie Moshammer's latest series highlights Colombia's píco culture, with its hand-painted towers of speakers. Writer Christina Noriega explains the traditions behind the subculture and what it will take to sustain them.
Shanghai-based photographer Zhongjia Sun uses the language of merchandising to make surreal sets that turns advertising on its head, often while infusing them with Chinese cultural references.
Photographer Noma Osula's latest work re-enacts portraits found in his Nigerian parents' photo albums. Writer Zoé Samudzi reflects on what the series says about the politics of African self-representation.
Artist Matthew Morrocco makes portraits in a monochrome suit as an attempt to free himself from labels. In conversation with Nastia Voynovskaya, he explains what this has to do with both queerness and the history of photography itself.
In collaboration with Fotografiska New York, VICE is presenting an exhibition and editorial series featuring 14 artists from around the globe who are pushing the boundaries of photography.