Reading Time: 4 minutes Research has shown that London is one of the most surveilled cities worldwide
Reading Time: 3 minutes The project, titled Blueprints 2017-2020, distills and recaptures images from the British media that came to characterise the years following the EU referendum
Reading Time: 2 minutes Fascinated by the unlimited possibilities of post-production, the photographer explores a world without stereotypes and predictability
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.