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It has been a decade since the UN recognised access to water and sanitation as a basic right. The charity WaterAid commissioned ten artists to illustrate the impact these services have on people's lives.
Mimi Mollica’s film noir-style shots of the city create a haunting, menacing landscape.
The quiet life and bold work of an under-discussed St Ives painter.
Designed by the young digital artist Gabriel Stones using gaming technology, the exhibition is a recreation of the one first shown at the V&A in London in November 2019.
This week's most striking images, chosen by our creative editor.
The international food shop and south London staple is under threat of eviction. Photographer Amit Lennon spoke to some of its customers.
The New Statesman’s creative editor selects a series of images from this week, taken by photographers across the globe.
Powerful images from this week's demonstrations.
When Louise Bourgeois’s work was exhibited, male critics balked at its palpable rage. Ten years after she died, her Red Rooms feel more powerful than ever.
Julia Fullerton-Batten was planning a photo shoot with a large group of people: assistants, stylists, hair and make-up team, prop stylists and set designers. Then suddenly, everything stopped. Her assignments were cancelled. She began taking portraits in her local area.