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Past articles by Ashleigh:

Delali Ayivi’s utopic photos are a celebration of Pan-Africanism

The rising photography star draws on the inspiration of Togolese youth culture to create multifaceted visual stories of global Black communities → Read More

Art shows to leave the house for this December

From Jimmy DeSana’s radical nudes to the unsung women of Atlanta’s hip hop scene, we round up the best art and photography exhibitions to catch this month → Read More

This dreamy photo book reimagines divine beings

In A Rose And A Prayer, multi-disciplinary artist Ode uses religious iconography to challenge western perceptions of Brazil → Read More

Art shows to leave the house for this November

From Aaron Kudi’s London street installations to a multimedia tribute to Britney Spears, we round up the best international shows you need to see this month → Read More

In pictures: a Ghanaian photographer’s lifelong obsession with twins

In his latest virtual exhibition, Kojo Anim explores the everyday complexities of growing up as an identical twin → Read More

SUSU is the zine honouring Indonesia’s unsung feminist heroes

SUSU shines a light on the brave women who helped overthrow Soeharto’s military-dominated government in the late 90s → Read More

These photos capture Central and Eastern European youth living in London

Czech photographer Johana Kasalicka’s new series of photographs shine a light on fellow first-generation CEE people in London → Read More

Art shows to leave the house for this October

From Wolfgang Tillmans’ new MoMA show to David LaChapelle’s larger-than-life photoshoots, we round up the exhibitions you need to see this month → Read More

Photos of the boundary-breaking Drag Syndrome troupe

Photographer Eimear Lynch goes backstage with Drag Syndrome, a collective of drag artists shaking off preconceived notions of disability and sexuality → Read More

Art shows to leave the house for this August

From Catherine Opie’s explorations of contemporary life to a group exhibition on the theme of play, we round up the exhibitions you need to see this month → Read More

Daniel Obasi’s surreal portrait of an afrofuturist utopia

In his captivating new book, Beautiful Resistance, the Nigerian photographer reimagines Lagos as a magical place where queer minorities hold power → Read More

Art shows to leave the house for this July

From the radical history of Brick Lane to the liminal spaces of Marina Abramovic, we round up the exhibitions you need to see this month → Read More

How Guanyu Xu found his sexual identity through photography

Growing up in a ‘really traditional family’ in China, Guanyu Xu struggled to reveal his true identity as a gay man – until he found photography → Read More

Guilherme da Silva’s photos imagine a dreamy queer utopia

Overture zine celebrates LGBTQ+ Brazillian youth living in an oppressive political climate → Read More

Daniel Obasi’s photos spotlight the queer communities of Nigeria

Inspired by sex, sci-fi and Afrofuturism, the photographer makes work for the country’s minorities, offering a perspective that allows them to ‘dream and be free’ → Read More

Tirtha Lawati’s vivid, dreamy photos of Nepali youth

The photographer’s new personal project, Homecoming, documents the Nepali diaspora in Britain and beyond → Read More

Vivek Vadoliya’s vivid photos of the ancient Indian art of ‘mallakhamb’

The London-based photographer’s new book shines a light on the practice of mallakhamb – a superhuman display of strength, agility, and control → Read More

Campbell Addy wants his photographs to make you feel seen

As his debut monograph is released, the British photographer discusses legacy, escapism, and why this is just the beginning for him → Read More

One photographer’s incredibly intimate portrait of her sister

In Francesca Allen’s second monograph I’d like to get to know you, she turns her lens on her younger sister, Alida → Read More

Tenzing: boy wonder and Dazed photographer

The six-year-old budding photographer journeys deep into his Himalayan village for a unique family-first story → Read More