The shiny lamé, the big smiles, the focused looks – Amélie Canon's photos capture the essence of young girls' competitions.
"Part of me wonders, in 10, 20, 30 years’ time, when I look back on this... Whether documenting the worst days in people's lives will be morally conscionable."
What started as a celebration of a Neapolitan martyr back in the 3rd century is now a joyful celebration of an eclectic New York community.
Photographer Natalya Saprunova has captured a rich and vibrant way of life that is increasingly under threat.
Lorenzo Meloni’s new photobook explores the Islamic State’s post-colonial origins, its terrifying ascendence and steep collapse.
Photographer Chloe Sherman captured her own world of femmes and butches, punks and studs.
If social media has made you resent the sea of selfies and staged vacation pix, this tiny Polaroid camera is a breath of fresh air.
From Frida Kahlo and Salvador Dalí to old-school tattoo anthologies, Taschen's sale just made your coffee table look aesthetic as hell.