A group show of three, displaced Rohingya photographers, Omal Khair, Dil Kayas and Azimul Hasson, documenting their experience of living in the largest refugee camp in the world, is a compelling highlight
SIX.TWO Editions’ print sale features more than 200 photographers, while Pictures for Purpose sees 30 artists contribute works. Read more about three key fundraisers below
In a short film produced by Unseen Amsterdam and Canal 180 in collaboration with British Journal of Photography, we revisit key highlights of this year’s Unbound exhibition, guest-curated by Damarice Amao
Ones to Watch through the years: Where are they now? With Jim Mortram, Sipho Gongxeka, Karolina Wojtas and Spandita Malik
For the past 11 years, our Ones to Watch platform seeks out new, emerging talent from all over the world. In the years that follow, our selected talents have continued to grow their careers, taking an array of different paths. Following on from part 1 last week, today we feature former nominees Jim Mortram, Sipho Gongxeka, Karolina Wojtas and Spandita Malik, who discuss their career highlights, challenges and lessons learned so far.
Ones to Watch through the years: Where are they now? With Max Pinckers, Diana Markosian and Kennedi Carter.
As we reflect on this year’s Ones to Watch, we revisit some of our past nominees, asking them about their career highlights, challenges and lessons learned so far. In the first of a two-part series, we speak to Max Pinckers, Diana Markosian and Kennedi Carter.
Portrait of Britain returns this year for the fourth time, as photographers all over the country picture the faces of our nation.
Rambling between photographs, collages and handwritten poems, the book is a representation of England in this contemporary moment
As the NFT art market continues to boom, ART3.io will be home to expertly curated, exclusively minted NFT photography collections, available to own via OpenSea
“Your take on British identity deserves to be shared”: The Portrait of Britain jury on this year’s award
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
From activism to A.I. and Orwellian surveillance to climate change: The public installations on show at this year’s Belfast Photo Festival
Running until 30 June, the 2021 programme examines a provocative array of future(s) against the backdrop of Belfast