Reading Time: 3 minutes With Portrait of Britain 2021 open for entries, a selection of this year’s judging panel consider why Portrait of Britain is important today — and crucially, how artists can stand out from the crowd
Reading Time: 3 minutes Running until 30 June, the 2021 programme examines a provocative array of future(s) against the backdrop of Belfast
Reading Time: 2 minutes Currently on show at Hong Kong’s Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, the inaugural Decade of Change exhibition is next set to tour to The Nest Summit for Climate Week NYC in collaboration with the Climate Museum
Reading Time: 3 minutes 1854 and BJP reveal the two bodies of work, 50 single images and one moving image selected for this year’s award, due to go on show at Galerie Huit Arles between 4 July – 26 September.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Lethbridge’s The Archive of Gesture utilises found images, still life photography and digital interventions to explore the role of gesture in communication
Reading Time: < 1 minute With Female in Focus 2021 in its final two weeks for entries, we have curated a Female in Focus x 1854 Presents mini-series spotlighting voices of leading women photographers and industry figures across the world.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Photographer, designer and illustrator, Ngadi Smart joins us to discuss her approach to decolonizing photography and her experience in the industry.
Reading Time: 2 minutes As the coronavirus pandemic continues, and we fight to mend the cracks in the system it has exposed, 1854 and British Journal of Photography are proud to present the Portrait of Humanity 2021 shortlist: 200 astonishing portraits which span the globe, capturing a year like no other in living memory.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The Director of Photography at The New Yorker and Female in Focus 2021 judge discusses the importance of women’s perspectives on the world, and what she’s hoping to see in this year’s award entries
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