Despite Kim Jong Un’s first zoo being full of exotic animals, from penguin and reptiles to giraffes, the most popular attraction is the pavilion where dogs commonly kept as pets are on show
Camilla de Maffei travelled the length of the Danube considering the question: where does Europe end? Her photographs reveal just how fluid and elusive the idea of ‘Europe’ is. . .
'It is the innocence, or more precisely the loss of it. Someone who should be playing games has instead been involved in the most violent act that humanity can commit'
Photographer Liam Arthur questions the values vs the reality of ditching the 9-5 in favour of a free, traveller lifestyle
Through caring for his nonagenarian mother, photographer and painter Tony Luciani creates images that challenge the perceptions of age and reflect on the reality of living with dementia
In the aftermath of the most widespread epidemic of Ebola in history, which began in February 2014, Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone are returning to normal life
“The Palestine I visited remained elusive, transfixed in the stillness of its own time. I felt almost like an intruder as I approached the contradictory present topography and demanding past contained within: places of great weight and history, places of many recorded and unrecorded memories, places resonant with human suffering and dignity”
Hone your skills behind the camera, from Andalucia to Africa
Photographer Matt Hamon spent time documenting Buffalo Bridge – a group of scavengers who work with Native American bison hunters in rural Montana – to create his series ‘The Gleaners’
The astronaut documented his time on the International Space Station through photographs
Seph Lawless has been documenting Americas most abandoned places for 20 years
Alejandra Carles-Tolra followed a group of 30 female college rugby players in order to challenge the concepts of femininity and project the strong identity of women performing in a male-dominated sport
Chris Minnini and his brother caught their father's final moments on camera as he held his partner's hand
Photograher Holly Wren set out to photograph and spend time with a selection of people over the age of 70, and through it learned stories of great romance
Edward Mapplethorpe grew up in the shadow of his big brother, the photographer Robert, but was also nurtured by him and his circle, not least Patti Smith. Now Edward has produced 'One', including writings by Smith and others - see her poem below - and his own portraits of one-year-old babies. Kashmira Gander asks him about his 'unfinishable non-project'
The French photographer discusses his documentation of a lesser-known side to Iranian culture