British Journal of Photography’s Portraits of Britain

New portraits that reflect the changing face of Britain


The British Journal of Photography has launched a nationwide public exhibition featuring 100 portraits from emerging artists

Zak Krevitt’s Alpha, Beta, Omega

Behind the closed doors of the Human Puppy fetish community


Photographer Zak Krevitt takes us into the ‘puppy headspace’ of a welcoming community that uses animalistic behaviour to escape the daily grind


The hopes and dreams of East London’s football pitches


Simon Di Principe’s new book ‘Grass Roots’ goes to Hackney Marshes and photographs a world far far away from the multi-million pound industry that is Premier League football


Capturing the Soviet Union’s rock kids of the 1980s


Igor Mukhin’s beautiful black and white photographs document the birth of a youth subculture in the USSR

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sensual revolutionary

fka twigs


a kind of magic

Richard Kern shares unreleased photos from 80s and 90s

Richard Kern shares unreleased Polaroids from 80s and 90s


The underground photographer allows us to look outside the frames we’re so familiar with by showcasing an archive of never-before-seen and early experimental work

Iain McKell never seen images, Dazed Digital

Photographer Iain Mckell on the enduring spirit of punk


Sharing a new series alongside archive imagery, the British photographer talks to us about how he found himself at the epicentre of the underground

Viola Rolando’s Coney Island

Capturing what makes Coney Island so unique


Italian photographer Viola Rolando documents the subtle nuances that give the New York City neighbourhood its reputation as absurd

Bruce Gilden’s Detroit: Against the Wind

Capturing life in Detroit, America’s ‘ghost town’


In a new series of images, Magnum photographer Bruce Gilden pays tribute to the unwavering spirit of America’s most down and out city

George Dureau: The Photographs

The artist said to have influenced Mapplethorpe the most


While Robert Mapplethorpe is a household name, George Dureau is lesser known, yet the impact of his photography on the artist’s nudes from the late 70s is undeniably present

SHOT, photographed by Kathy Shorr

Photographing the impact of guns on everyday life in America


The realities of America’s second amendment are explored in a project that aims to give a rounded documentation on victims of gun violence – from NRA members to children



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Marilyn Manson


still bigger than Satan

Boys Olivia Rose photography photographer portrait

These photos explore the different sides to black boyhood


London-based photographer Olivia Rose explores black masculinity in a photo series and new film titled [Absence] Unity

Israel by Lillie Eiger

Documenting life beyond conflict in Israel


On a recent trip to the country Lillie Eiger set about capturing the grey areas of a place so often seen as completely black and white