Financial Times: Paula Rego’s dazzling and radical visions
How Rego's religiously inspired works hand power to women.
Magnum Photos: René Burri’s Color Works
Exoloring Burri's photographer's lesser known works in color.
British Journal of Photography: Solitary figures amid desolate landscapes in Nadav Kander’s latest series
How Kander revisited miniature figures from his childhood on a meditation on the state of the world.
'Big Witches' survive eviction in Portugal to become trans music stars
How Áquila Correia founded Casa T to house trans migrants after getting evicted.
Want to know how Portugal won its War on Drugs? It ended it
The effects of Portugal having decriminalised drugs in 2001.
“Microdoses” of Psychedelic Drugs Could Cure Depression
How hallucinogens could become the answer for some people with depression.
British Journal of Photography: Newsha Tavakolian channels the effects of Premenstrual Syndrome in her latest short film
Newsha Tavakolian’s experience of Premenstrual Syndrome led her to make the short film 'For the Sake of Calmness'.
British Journal of Photography: Any Answers: Graciela Iturbide
A Q&A with the Mexican photographer Graciela Iturbide, one of the most influential Latin American photographer of the past four decades.
News Deeply: ‘It is Scary to See How the World Can Change in One Night’
Trump’s ban on the citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S. threw lives into chaos.
Portugal Turns to Prevention to Take on Its Domestic Violence Problem
How the Portuguese government is focusing on prevention and education.