The Sound Of Refugees, Jean-Marc Caimi

Meet the stranded refugees making music in the Malian heat


‘They’re waiting to go back home, but in the meantime they’re living a life like the rest of us’

Polly Borland’s Adult Babies

Photos of grown men acting like babies in 90s England


Inside the Hush-a-bye-Baby Club, a place where adult men could revert to their premature selves, captured by photographer Polly Borland

Shikeith Casey

The artist unravelling black magic & masculinity in himself


Philadelphia-born Shikeith starts a dialogue about reclaiming bodies and personal truths in a system that seeks to oppress black men

Lee Price, Sierra Leone

Photos of Sierra Leone’s LGBT community, where gay is a sin


Photographer Lee Price tells a story of resilience in a burgeoning LGBT community in Sierra Leone

shayne oliver + arca


feeling themselves

fka twigs


a kind of magic

Slava Mogutin’s Bros & Brosephines

Why Slava Mogutin is Russia’s greatest art rebel


The journalist, photographer, poet, and Russian dissident shares an exclusive look at a new book featuring 15-years of work that questions the codes of machismo

Justin French (USA)

25 photographers to know from across the globe


Red Hook Labs searched the world over to pick some of the most exciting young and unrepresented photographers working today – here we meet some of them

Ben Toms Untitled postcards

Ben Toms releases a series of surreal postcards


Inspired by adaptive mimicry, camouflage and disguise, his first personal print project launches today at San Francisco Art Book Fair

Peter Garritano’s Seeking

The people writing Craigslist’s ‘Strictly Platonic’ ads


Peter Garritano shares a series of portraits he’s taken of people who post ads on Craigslist in the hopes of finding a like-minded friend


This photo book addresses the fetishisation of Asian women


Using mimicry to subvert the stereotypes imposed on Asian women and their bodies, XING enlists a roster of photographers to explore identity and ‘Othering’

Peter Walsh, Manchester in the 80s

Inside Manchester’s legendary acid house club The Haçienda


Local photographer Peter Walsh documented the city’s high voltage acid house movement before the police cracked down on its clubs

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an all female fight club

David Bowie Interviews


Alexander McQueen

Mick Rock

How to capture the aura of a person on camera


Mick Rock – ‘The Man Who Shot The Seventies’ – explains how to access the other-worldly, electromagnetic charisma of your subject

Medina Dugger’s Chroma

Beautiful photos bring ancient hair traditions to the future


Lagos-based photographer Medina Dugger puts a modern spin on ancient Nigerian braiding traditions