Reading Time: 2 minutes Based in Tokyo, Chinese photographer Wang Lu employs a chameleon-like approach to the medium, exploring subjects ranging from personal history to migration and cultural identity
Reading Time: 2 minutes Opening his show at Foam Amsterdam today, the Moroccan photographer blends commercial icons with rich, cultural references to ‘deconstruct the notion of normal’
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Reading Time: 6 minutes From environmental anxiety and visions of devastation, to images confronting us with the effects of global warming upon indigenous communities, these images offer an impactful and urgent response to how our world is changing
Reading Time: 2 minutes Blurring the lines between fact, fiction and fantasy, this year’s festival programme features new partnerships with South London Gallery and Biblioteka
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Reading Time: 3 minutes “For me, the whole process was like putting a stick into an anthill and confronting my family trauma,” the Polish photographer says.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Panebianco photographs her father’s old slides against her current locations: “It is a literal meeting of past and present, but there is also the idea of continuation, and the past shaping the present”
Reading Time: 2 minutes Among the individual category winners, Edward Burtynsky is awarded this year’s prize for Outstanding Contribution to Photography.