The Italian photographer takes inspiration from anonymous strangers in order to challenge the concept of identity
'A woman’s body is eternal.'
'All I wanted was to make people have the conversation and be aware of it'
American photographer Robert Mapplethorpe combines reckless hedonism in his private life with drive and ruthlessness in his professional career
'There's always one that gets really involved and goes crazy playing with you'
The price of the Nik Collection was dropped from $150 to nothing overnight
For the final photobook of the week, it seems fitting to run an image from the British Life Photography Awards.
In Strange and Familiar at the Barbican, Strand’s vision of South Uist has a kind of outlier status
A new retrospective is a timely reminder of his extraordinary talent, says Simon Usborne
The winner of this year's ESRC's 'Focus on Society' photographic competition focused on the transgender experience
Photos show a very different capital city
In September 2009 Celine Marchbank’s mother, Sue Miles, was diagnosed with lung cancer and a brain tumour.
When the celebrated American photographer Paul Strand visited the Outer Hebrides in 1954, he immersed himself in a dignified community whose traditional way of life he feared was about to be disrupted by an invasion of the very modern US military
Photography fans can check out their work from the first 13 years at an exhibition in London's Soho Square
There's an eclectic mix this year after a record 230,103 images were submitted from 186 countries
Kyle Williams realised that when the images got stitched together, they could create some wild, unintentional images