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Grandma Techno Captures Detroit's Rave Culture

76-year-old Patricia Lay-Dorsey AKA Grandma Techno has been taking photos at Movement festival in Detroit since 2005. We talk with her about her new photo book and how today's dance music culture mirrors the ‘60s.
VICE Labs
1:00

Beautiful Outliers: SLIDESHOW with Yuki James

Beautiful Outliers: SLIDESHOW with Yuki James
VICE Labs
1:30

Standing Strong at Standing Rock: SLIDESHOW with Josué Rivas

Standing Strong at Standing Rock: SLIDESHOW with Josué Rivas
VICE Labs
1:30

Life Uncensored: SLIDESHOW with Sandy Kim

Sandy Kim talks XXX, her provocative series that started as a personal photo diary & confronts the nature of censorship.
VICE Labs
1:00

Taking Back What’s Ours: SLIDESHOW with Ashley Armitage

Ashley Armitage talks Taking Back What’s Ours, her photo series that aims to reestablish how women are depicted in art.
VICE Labs
2:00

The Legacy of the Killing Fields: SLIDESHOW with Pete Pin

Pete Pin talks Migrations of Memory, his photo series that examines the lingering trauma of the Cambodian Genocide in the 1970’s.
VICE Labs
1:30

Power in Fleeting Moments: SLIDESHOW with Andre D. Wagner

Andre D. Wagner talks about photographing powerful, fleeting moments while walking the streets of NYC. See more of his work on Instagram @photodre
VICE Labs
1:30

Puerto Rico Before the Storm: SLIDESHOW with Stefen Gold

Stefen Gold talks about his photo series, Bendición, a love letter to Puerto Rico’s natural beauty. Take action now and help with Puerto Rico’s disaster relief at impact.vice.com/PR
i-D Meets
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i-D meets: next generation photographers

Join i-D on a cross-country journey with three of the most exciting photographers working today. Working separately in fashion, documentary and portrait photography - they're a new breed that have found a way to blend all three…
Flip Book
2:51

Flip Book - Abdul Abdullah

Perth-born visual artist Abdul Abdullah unpacks his work and the messages behind. Abdullah talks about the political, personal and social implications of racial prejudice—of living as part of a perceived minority.
Like Art
3:52

Seeing New York through Daniel Arnold's Eyes

Creators spends the day with Daniel Arnold, a photographer who has gained rapid success on social media for his spontaneous, candid portraits of every day city life
Flip Book
2:11

Flip Book - Molly Harris

Documentary photographer Molly Harris talks about her stark and telling portrait series 'Closer to Heaven,' and the intricacies of living with heroin addiction as a sex worker in Adelaide.
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