Yorkshire-born photographer Dan Bailey captures the weird, the wonderful and the beautiful of Japan in his book, Disposables.
Photographer Stanton Sharpe has been documenting the Hong Kong protests since August. Here is his timeline of the civil unrest – as he asks whether this is the start of a new world order.
Amongst the day-to-day prostitution, gambling and smells of rotting carcasses, Greg Girard set about capturing the final decade of the vice-ridden city in the heart of Hong Kong.
ArgueSKE 1994-1997 celebrates the late photographer’s personal work that came to define ’90s counterculture, featuring tributes from Jaime King, Harmony Korine and Glen Luchford.
Joshua Gordon and Aries’ Butterfly project explores the depths and richness of Cuba’s underground trans community.
Bianca Saunders’ first collaborative exhibition brings Black History Month to a close in style.