Palm Springs: The Good Life Goes On

Photographer Nancy Baron shares exclusive photos from her new book, in which she captures the uniqueness of Palm Springs, a town frozen in time

City Nomads: Kazakhstan, 25 years on

Atomik Architecture and the British Council transport us to Kazakhstan during LDF 2016, where we learn about the country’s vibrant cultural landscape 25 years after its independence from the Soviet Union

Edward Burtynsky: Essential Elements

Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky discusses the development of his photography and how he’s drawing attention to climate change

Gregory Halpern, ZZYZX

Gregory Halpern: ZZYZX, California

American photographer Gregory Halpern shares the story behind ZZYZX, a visual journey from the Californian desert to the Pacific coast

Miles Davis, Modern Jazz & The Ivy Look

In an extract from Jazz Festival, a new photo book by ‘the Father of music photography’ Jim Marshall, writer Graham Marsh remembers the Ivy league-inspired style championed by Miles Davis

PUNK: Anarchy in the UK

We meet the curator behind a new photography exhibition in London celebrating 40 years of punk in Britain

A Beautiful Disorder: China’s new sculptors

PORT pays a visit to ‘A Beautiful Disorder’, a new exhibition at Cass Sculpture Park on the Goodwood Estate showcasing 18 works from some of China’s most promising young artists

William Eggleston: The Portraits

As an exhibition of portraits by US photographer William Eggleston opens in London, curator Phillip Prodger explains why his work is both pioneering and democratic

10,000 hours: Don McCullin

British photographer Don McCullin discusses his astounding career in war reportage, from his first commissioned image to ‘going digital’ on his 80th birthday

Power and Architecture

PORT talks to curator Will Strong and artists Danila Tkachenko and Eric Lusito about photographing ruins and abandoned spaces

Peggy Guggenheim beind a sculpture by Antoine Pevsner, 1950s © Photo Roloff Beny / National Archives of Canada

Peggy Guggenheim: An American in Florence

PORT heads to the Palazzo Strozzi in Florence for an exhibition charting the life and collection of one of the greatest pioneers of modern art – Peggy Guggenheim

© Harry Gruyaert/Magnum Photos

The Tour de France in Five Frames

As the gruelling three-week bicycle race around France begins this weekend, editor and ex-rider Guy Andrews takes PORT through five iconic images of the Tour, shot by Magnum photographers

Daydreaming With Stanley Kubrick

Musician and dj James Lavelle talks to PORT about curating a new exhibition at London’s Somerset House that celebrates the legacy of Stanley Kubrick

Thomas Brown: Volume of Light

Photographer and PORT contributor Thomas Brown discusses his new ‘adoption-based’ exhibition, ‘Volume of Light’

Playing the Champ: Muhammad Ali

Following the death of Muhammad Ali, American photographer Steve Schapiro writes about an early encounter with The People’s Champion exclusively for PORT

IRAN. Ramsar. A couple photograph themselves on their mobile phone in front of the Caspian Sea. 2007 © Olivia Arthur / Magnum Photos

Decisive Moments: Olivia Arthur

Magnum photographer Olivia Arthur on capturing a ‘decisive moment’ during a lightning storm in Iran

Britain’s Surfing Landscape: Tom Shaw

Photographer Tom Shaw recalls photographing the windswept landscapes and the hardy surfing scene of England’s southwest coast