Lebanese photographer Rasha Kahil turns comments from online trolls into a powerful exhibition.
The iconic actress and legendary photographer talk about cameras, color, and what it means to be a woman in the arts.
Uri McMillan speaks with Renée Cox about icons and avatars of black style, from Angela Davis to Beyoncé.
A photograph of a bloody hand on a police shield underscores the ongoing struggle for African American citizenship.
In protest of policing black women and girls’ hair, Solange’s album cover image is a powerful assertion of ownership.
What does photography offer the trans feminism movement?
Carrie Mae Weems’s feminist vision has never been more timely.
On the dance floor, Elle Pérez captures LGBT youth who refuse to be forgotten.
How feminism has shaped photography? An introduction to the winter 2016 issue of Aperture