Following the death of his grandmother, Ones To Watch winner Ali Monis Naqvi delivers a tribute to her – and to the community he was raised in
“My mom dedicated over 10 years to my grandmother, without any expectations. I’ve always seen it as a pure and unselfish love.”
Miechowski’s work contemplates why, despite the instability of the landscape, many residents continue to call the vanishing cliffs their home
The Manx photographer spent decades highlighting the plight of working-class communities in northern England. A long-overdue retrospective reveals the enduring potency of that work.
Set within the beautiful town of Cadaqués, the festival’s exhibitions engage with their surrounding landscapes
“This is a project about all the things that make me depressed and anxious – it’s about racism and identity, the environment and climate change, religion and family, history and culture”
Once an important destination along the Oregon Trail, the city – which has a population of 300 – has fallen on hard times and is struggling to hold onto its history
“I set out years ago to capture something wild and untamed that I felt was disappearing from Irish society – the sad part is that it came true.”