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CONTINUUM 01 SOUTH IN SELF EXILE is the first film to come alive from the mind of landscape artist Jack Bailey.
By venturing to the northernmost point of South America, travellers can help the indigenous tribe forgotten by the rest of the world.
There’s always the option to return to the same system, but this time our CO2 budget isn’t giving much remaining leeway.
Photographer Todd Clare captures the crumbling glaciers of Patagonia, and ponders why we shoot landscapes in the first place.
If you're a filmmaker thinking of submitting your work to a film festival, read on. We've collected the best Australian film festivals for emerging filmmakers.
Jonathan Tumbel, a young photographer to watch, shares two visual essays with us taken in Indonesia.
The pros and cons of popular ways to get about on your travels.
Gordon Parks’ powerful depictions of injustice and poverty played a vital role in America’s civil rights movement.
Chiara Zonca provides a window into the creation of her distinctively nostalgic self-portraits.
Leading photojournalist Ed Kashi selects 10 photos that tell a story powerfully and gives feedback on what he likes about them.
As the ocean creeps inland, Miami deals with increasing fallout from the climate crisis. Anastasia Samoylova uncovers the anxious details below the city's surface.
Tom Wolff’s photos will gently persuade even the fussiest travellers of the charms and freedoms of bike travel.
Power plays, climate change and ominous peepholes in anonymous houses – these are our favourite works from the 50th edition of the Rencontres d’Arles.
Have you ever wondered how salmon can affect the health of trees? Neither had we until Tom Wolff rode his bike from Anchorage, Alaska through the Pacific Northwest to Mexico’s south. Tom explains how a species we see as food is a crucial component of a thriving ecosystem.
Alexey Vasilyev lives in one of the coldest cities in the world in Yakutia, Russia. He makes photographs as a way to keep his mind healthy and to document his home town and the people who live there. Beautiful, just the way they are.
How we wield one of the world's most powerful weapons; Urth writer Eleanor Scott looks at the artists, journalists, companies and photographers championing photography for social change.