10,000 Hours: Ewen Spencer

The photographer discusses a career spent documenting some of the most dynamic and influential British subcultures to have emerged over the past two decades

Atomic Mountain: Uranium in the Sudetes

Photographer Michal Sierakowski documents the post apocalyptic-landscape of the Sudetes mountains for his acclaimed ‘Uranium’ series

'Fit' by Antony Gormley, White Cube Bermondsey

Antony Gormley: Fit For All

The Turner Prize-winning sculptor talks to PORT ahead of the closing weekend of his White Cube exhibition, ‘Fit’

A Farewell to Upton Park

Photographer Marcus Drinkwater returns to the former home of West Ham FC to meet the local residents and businesses affected by the club’s move to London’s Olympic Park

Juno Calypso: Return to the Love Hotel

The second cover star of our new issue discusses her career, and returns to the Pensylvanian love hotel to shoot some exclusive images for PORT

Jean Jullien: Hackney to Hollywood

In the latest issue of Printed Pages, It’s Nice That speaks to prolific illustrator Jean Jullien about his journey from Hackney to Hollywood

Garabuli Detention Centre © Narciso Contreras for the Fondation Carmignac

Behind the Frame: Trapped in Libya

Photographer Narciso Contreras recalls his journey into Libya to document some of the country’s estimated three million migrants and refugees

The King Lives, In Wales

Photographer Bex Day heads to the Welsh coast to capture the die hard Elvis fans that are still keeping the King alive

The Eye of Modern Mali

Gallerist and curator André Magnin reflects on the genius of Malick Sidibé, the photographer who captured the energy and optimism of 1960s Mali

Borderland: the edge of Russia

Photographer Maria Gruzdeva recounts her journey along Russia’s 60,000 km border – the longest national border in the world

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