Reading Time: 3 minutes The British-Asian photographer uses his lens to explore the ancient practise of Mallakhamb – an intricate sport fusing wrestling with yoga
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Brazilian-born artist’s latest monograph charts over 20 years or work redefining the canonical nude
Reading Time: 3 minutes Sergei Stroitelev’s ongoing series challenges the perception of shame felt by Russian women fighting the effects of the unforgiving disease
Reading Time: 3 minutes Upon learning of her mother’s terminated pregnancy while in the armed forces, the photographer set to work to reveal an intimate and important experience shared by many
Reading Time: 4 minutes The Land of Holes exposes environmental exploitation and injustice quietly ravaging an the community of Brescia.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Questions of truth and fiction, doubt and certainty, and the relationship between the observer and the observed are the key themes of the £30,000 prize – which rewards a living photographer, of any nationality, for a body of work felt to have significantly contributed to photography
Reading Time: 4 minutes The magnitude of Harley Weir’s success is unparalleled compared to most photographers of her age.…
Reading Time: 2 minutes Pace London’s new exhibition features key works by iconic postwar American photographers, to give an insight into both the country at that time and the image-makers’ vision of it
Reading Time: 4 minutes ‘The Travellers’ unearths the everyday lives of Ireland’s largest minority group.
Reading Time: 3 minutes American photographer William Christenberry, best known for his evocative depictions of the Old South, has died, aged 80, following complications from a years-long battle with Alzheimer’s disease.