After the forced cancellation of the 2020 edition, the renowned festival returns to Arles
One of two OpenWalls Arles 2021 series winners currently on show at Galerie Huit Arles, Some Kind of Heavenly Fire is resonant of an 80s sci-fi blockbuster
Last month marked four years since the Grenfell Tower fire. To coincide with Portrait of Britain, photographer Tom Cockram reflects on Never Forget Grenfell: a portraiture project conceived to ensure “no one forgets” the lessons taught by a painful part of London’s history
Following a chance encounter with then-director Sam Stourdzé, the Canadian photographer’s series Murder secured a spot at Croisière
FORMAT International Photography Festival returns with both a physical and virtual programme, more expansive than ever before
Overcoming hardships and uncertainties, the festival’s 10th edition is themed under Control, and includes exhibitions curated by Marina Paulenka, Azu Nwagbogu and WM Hunt
In the arid desert planes of the desert, many artists and travellers have made a home out of a seemingly inhospitable landscape
Using scientific evidence and human stories, Climate Visuals is shifting the way we look at climate change imagery.
In their ongoing project, photographer duo Carlo Lombardi and Miririam Stanke travel across Nomansland, uncovering the aftermath of a landscape damaged by war.
“I’m very interested in self-presentation as a way of exposure. And also as a way to communicate. We need to produce pictures, almost on a daily basis, in order to show that we’re still active”
The poetic photographs of Zibelnik conceal powerful and disturbing narratives