David Adjaye’s African Inspirations Over the last decade architect David Adjaye has been making regular trips to Africa and taken hundreds of photographs of the continent’s main cities. Documenting new patterns of urbanism in [&hell ...
China: Inside Out
Huang and Ma’s Family Stuff Family Stuff is a series of work that photographers Huang and Ma have been working on since 2005. Asking Chinese families from different regions and […]
Move to Trash!
Dumping e-waste on West Africa The West’s e-waste is ‘gifting’ not only the suburb of Agbogbloshie in Ghana’s capital, Accra, but many other places with a digital divide that is […]
Wheels of Fortune
The chukudus of Goma When it comes to a journey that includes a passage in which what goes up must come down, the chukudus of Goma in the Democratic Republic […]
Jean Revillard: The Untouchable Swiss photographer and World Press winner Jean Revillard has pictured a story that while disappearing from the headlines, continues to inflict abject daily inhumanities on those […]
Cindy Sherman American artist Cindy Sherman has staged herself in an assortment of guises over the years. Her stories can be at once menacing and tragic, not exercises in self-revelation […]
Julian Faulhaber Every wondered what the world looks like through Tupperware tinted glasses? It looks like Julian Faulhaber never takes his off. The pristine locations he pictures epitomise an artificial […]
From the Bin
Thorsten Brinkmann In the mercantile port of Hamburg, Thorsten Brinkmann tangles with a modern-day caveman’s dreams. Unable to resist the allure of dumped urban detritus, this German artist recomposes and […]
Skill and Will
Li Wei The hows of Chinese performance artist Li Wei do not deter from the final image, instead they provide an alternative narrative of the physical processes involved. Half submerged, […]