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Gerry Brakus is Creative Editor of the New Statesman and also writes on photography.
A poignant photographic tribute to a botanical master and friend.
With their school proms cancelled due to Covid-19, north London teenagers posed in the outfits they would have worn.
This week’s most striking images, chosen by our creative editor.
Brighton-based photographer Zoe Childerley spent five years meeting with artists who live around the Mojave Desert.
Lewis Bush spent several weeks forensically examining, fingerprinting and photographing all of his shopping.
From the queues and merchandise, to the rallies and protests, our creative editor selects the best pictures from the presidential campaign.
The defining images of the week selected by our creative editor.
The defining images of the week, selected by our creative editor.
Photography from around the world, compiled by the New Statesman's creative editor.
Paul Graham's hugely influential book has been reprinted 37 years after it was self-published by the photographer.