Reading Time: 4 minutes After discovering an old manual in her parents’ house, the Australian-British photographer began to consider the visual and literal language used in the farming industry
Reading Time: 4 minutes Mehta documents the daily happenings of his home borough, Brent, between 1989 and 1993, which he celebrates for its multiculturalism in his new book
Reading Time: 3 minutes By splicing found imagery from magazines and books, the artist teases out new narratives and rephotographs the result.
Reading Time: 4 minutes By physically erasing the flags from images of protest, MacDonaldStrand highlight the similarities between enraged and violent nationalist mobs in the UK and US
Reading Time: 3 minutes With nearly 300 images and still going, Mountain of Salt chronicles the sentiment of the unprecedented events of last year.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Sikka has challenged stereotypes of his home country for much of his career. A new project focused on his ex-army dad carries on this ideal, but also turned into a rewarding personal adventure for both father and son
Reading Time: 4 minutes Imagining the world’s end, the photographer’s latest project guides us through a spiritual narrative exploring India’s colonial past, landscape and elusive, ghostly characters.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Multistory and Susan Meiselas have launched a print sale fundraising for The Haven — a shelter for women and children facing domestic abuse in Sandwell. We revisit an interview with Meiselas discussing the work, created in collaboration with the shelter and the individuals it serves
Reading Time: 9 minutes Opening this week, a timely exhibition at the Barbican explores how masculinity has been coded and performed since the 1960s. We speak to curator Alona Pardo about destabilising and debunking the myths surrounding it.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Antwaun Sargent’s first book celebrates a new forefront of genre-bending photographers “using their cameras to create contemporary portrayals of black life”