In a bid to lure tourists, internationally-renowned graffiti artists were invited to create artworks in a village in The Gambia, writes the BBC’s Clare Spencer.
Can obstruction, or outright destruction, be as powerful as the act of creation? Annie Godfrey Larmon takes a look.
A new exhibition explores the fringes of society, with photos of US street kids, Tokyo gangsters and Soviet hippies.
Between 1978 and 1980, Abbas captured images of the Iranian Revolution that covered violence on both sides. In the final film of our Through the Lens series, he reveals how he sees himself as “a historian of the present”.
A hue now associated with innocence once had a murkier meaning: Kelly Grovier looks at the ways in which pink has represented violence and seduction.