An Illustrator Revisits ‘The Graduate’

Artist and illustrator Rory Kurtz discusses movie posters, the magic of memory and his approach to creating new artwork for the 50th anniversary of the 1967 film starring Dustin Hoffman

Paul Hallam and Ewen Spencer in Conversation

The British photographers compare and contrast their respective experiences documenting the mod scene of the 1980s and the garage, grime and pirate radio scenes of the 2000s

Sicily Under the Shadow of the Mafia

Through dramatic composition, suggestion and metaphor, Italian photographer Mimi Mollica captures the unsettling presence of the mafia in his native Sicily

Meeting a Modern-Day Cowboy

Photographers Lola Paprocka and Pani Paul introduce the 80s Marlboro Man who became the subject of their latest series, shot at the Grand Canyon

Portrait of a Harlem Intellectual

On the occasion of Victoria Miro’s exhibition ‘Alice Neel, Uptown’, we share an extract from Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Hilton Als’ essay on the revolutionary intellectual, Harold Cruse

Rush Hour Portraits of the Tokyo Subway

Michael Wolf’s four-year study of rush hour at Shimo-Kitazawa station in Tokyo is a disquieting metaphor for the conditions of city-dwellers today

Food Photography Over the Years

Spanning fine art, fashion and advertising, Susan Bright, author of Feast for the Eyes, discusses the rich history of food photography through the lens of five influential images

Elger Esser: Morgenland

The German artist offers a new perspective on the Near East with a romantic series of photographs taken during his extended travels

Robin Broadbent: Up Close

The still life photographer and long-time Port collaborator discusses the impossible attention to detail demanded by his exacting work

Andy Warhol’s Sixty Last Suppers

As Warhol’s final painting goes on show in Milan, curator Jessica Beck reflects on the celebrity artist’s long-lasting appeal

The World of José Parlá

Opening the doors to his studio, the Cuban-American artist discusses identity, underground culture and art as politics

Stories of Success: Oliver Jeffers

In the new issue of Printed Pages, It’s Nice That speaks to illustrator and artist Oliver Jeffers about his paintings, projects and picture books

Dana Lixenberg: Imperial Courts

The Dutch photographer explains how portraits became stories in her Deutsche Börse Prize-nominated series

Everyday Africa

Behind the powerful photography project challenging stereotypes about the world’s second largest continent

American Desert Dreams

Photographers Nancy Baron and Pamela Littky explore the familiar and the strange in their studies of Palm Springs and Death Valley