As Unseen Amsterdam opens in the impressive Westergas cultural park, George H King highlights some of the Dutch capital’s less-known photography spaces and initiatives
Fascinated by the scientific and mythical implications of nuclear fusion experiments, Ezio D’Agostino traversed into the depths of ITER, the world’s largest power plant dedicated to harnessing solar energy.
Inspired by movement, the photographer and athlete is driven by her investigations of the space between performance and the camera
Swimming in symbolism, Hoey’s work speaks to the transience of human life, the passages of time, and the cruel nature of chance
Larry Towell knew little about the Mennonite people when he arrived in the fields of south-west Ontario in the early 90s. Slowly, he befriended the community, and documented their lives for almost a decade
The young Indian photographer combines archive, sketches and still life and more, to illustrate hidden truths from his home country’s complex past
An ambitious ongoing project by photographer Rob Hornstra and writer/filmmaker Arnold van Bruggen puts the spotlight on peripheral European heartlands