Reading Time: 8 minutes A new exhibition at the MOCP in Chicago raises questions of women’s agency over their bodies in the present day
Reading Time: 3 minutes The photographer combines five years of work in photography, performance and film in the vibrant and explosive, Hello Future
Reading Time: 3 minutes Laced with humour and tragedy, Suryajaya’s ongoing project reflects on his experiences of the last year, charting the erratic tempo of his psychological landscape
Reading Time: 4 minutes Growing up in the spiritual commune, the photographer travels to Vrindavan, India, to retrace and understand the roots of the religion
Reading Time: 3 minutes Forces of power have long-defined reductive expectations of how women’s bodies should present. Demeter’s debut photobook invites us to untether from these constraints
Reading Time: 7 minutes A new generation of contemporary photographers are challenging the status quo, drawing on their personal histories to make work that is inherently relevant for the future.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Through a sensitive understanding of what it might offer artists, a new exhibition at Amsterdam’s Huis Marseille makes a case for Instagram’s significance
Reading Time: 8 minutes In a coming-of-age story of a young Panamanian, the decade-long project, King of Fish, uncovers the impact of careless action on the land and community today
Reading Time: 6 minutes For 20 years, the Chinese photographer has followed the devastations left in the wake of the construction of a colossal and controversial dam
Reading Time: 5 minutes Following on from her lauded series on the female body and community, Togethering continues the dialogue.