Reading Time: 4 minutes After the forced cancellation of the 2020 edition, the renowned festival returns to Arles
Reading Time: 4 minutes 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
Reading Time: 3 minutes 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
Reading Time: 3 minutes Following a chance encounter with then-director Sam Stourdzé, the Canadian photographer’s series Murder secured a spot at Croisière
Reading Time: 4 minutes 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
Reading Time: 5 minutes In the arid desert planes of the desert, many artists and travellers have made a home out of a seemingly inhospitable landscape
Reading Time: 4 minutes Using scientific evidence and human stories, Climate Visuals is shifting the way we look at climate change imagery.
Reading Time: 2 minutes In their ongoing project, photographer duo Carlo Lombardi and Miririam Stanke travel across Nomansland, uncovering the aftermath of a landscape damaged by war.
Reading Time: 5 minutes “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”
Reading Time: 5 minutes The poetic photographs of Zibelnik conceal powerful and disturbing narratives