Here are some of FIB’s current favourite photographers, who push creative and conceptual boundaries in relation to sex, love and war in their work. 1.
People with albinism are a marginal group who are socially stigmatised due to their physical appearance across the globe. In countries like Tanzania, this prejudice manifests into acts discrimination
By now, we’ve all heard of Greta Thunberg, the Swedish teen climate activist who turned her solo school strike into a global movement fighting climate
Daniel Jack Lyons informs his photographic practice with his professional experience in human rights work and documentary portraiture. The result is strikingly-rendered photographs that reveal
Are we so far up shit creek that our children must lead the way to societal change or should we pat ourselves on the back
In the fifty-second minute of the nail-biting World Cup final – a tense match between Croatia and France – the field was stormed by four
Nykor Paul is a model, photographer and activist from South Sudan that has launched a t-shirt collection as part of her ‘We are Nilotic’ campaign.
Belgium’s famous fashion schools, the Antwerp Academy of Fine Arts and Brussels’ La Cambre, have united to stand against world terror and in solidarity with the
Over the last few years, the world has looked with a critical eye at the fashion industry’s culture of waste and exploitation of developing nations.