Photography

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Portraits of South Africa's Bloodiest Prison Gang: The Number

Photographer Luke Daniels​ got access to the group that notoriously upholds their rules with sodomy.
Fareed Kaviani
3 days ago
Photography

Finally, a Book About Nazi Soldiers Taking a Shit

Erik Kessels' new work is a collection of photos from WWII depicting German soldiers caught in a very vulnerable act.
VICE Staff
11.10.18
Culture

Inside an Underground Women's Mud Wrestling Ring in Chicago

"A couple times when police were called for noise complaints, the cops would stay and watch."
Bridjet Mendyuk
11.7.18
Photography

The Moroccan Photographer Tackling Misogyny in the Arab World

Through her photography, Fatima Zohra Serri finds unique ways to express her views on the position of women in her community.
Zainab Hussein
11.5.18
Art

Two Young American Photographers Walk Into A Russian Art Gallery

Not a dad joke.
Ashley Tyner
11.3.18
Photography

The World's Best Photographers Take Us On a Journey

Photos from the latest Magnum square sale, in partnership with Aperture, where photographers were asked to pick images of theirs which fit within the theme of "crossings".
VICE Staff
10.31.18
Photos

Thirty-One Photographers Share Their Spookiest Images in Time for Halloween

Curator Jon Feinstein compiles some of his favorite contemporary occult images.
Jon Feinstein
10.30.18
Photography

The People Who’ve Found Refuge in Melbourne’s Worst-Rated Motel

At the "Stay Inn" every guest is a survivor.
VICE Staff
10.30.18
Photography

This Photographer Captured the World of Cocaine Farmers in Colombia

Deep in the Colombian jungle, Mads Nissen documented the day-to-day lives of people involved in the production and trade of coke and cannabis.
Kristian Ejlebæk Nielsen
10.29.18
Australiana

Photos From Australia's Protest Warzones

Danny Casey takes photos of the left and right yelling at one another in the street.
Sam Nichols
10.24.18
Photos

Beautiful Photos of the Mate Ma'a Tonga Phenomenon Painting Auckland Red

The team may have lost, but the Tongan community undoubtedly won.
James Borrowdale
10.22.18
Photography

Just Some Photos of the Spanish Army's Official Pet Goat

Odín, who is actually a ram, can't fight in a war, but he's fun to have around.
Ana Iris Simón
10.16.18