Hannah Abel-Hirsch

Hannah Abel-Hirsch joined British Journal of Photography in 2017, where she is currently Assistant Editor. Previously, she was an Editorial Assistant at Magnum Photos, and a Studio Assistant for Susan Meiselas and Mary Ellen Mark in New York. Before which, she completed a BA in History of Art at University College London. Her words have also appeared on Magnum Photos, 1000 Words, and in the Royal Academy of Arts magazine.

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In the Studio with Marton Perlaki

Reading Time: 4 minutes Research and intuition guide the  Hungarian artist as he creates expressive works animating form and colour. We visit his east London studio, where a visual wonderland of thoughts and ideas engulf the walls

21 February 2022
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The photobooks not to miss this winter

Reading Time: 8 minutes From Petra Collins’ enchanting collaboration with Alexa Demie to Dayanita Singh’s latest release, we round up the recently-released publications not to miss

7 December 2021

Any Answers: Ingrid Pollard

Reading Time: 3 minutes “People always assume my work is about the landscape – about Black people in the landscape. They try to push whatever I do into that small subject area. There is little close observation of what is actually in the photograph”

1 December 2021
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A story of devotion in a rural Pennsylvanian town

Reading Time: 4 minutes Vikesh Kapoor’s mother delivered over 3000 children throughout her career as an obstetrician-gynaecologist in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. The artist’s new series, commissioned by Leica, in collaboration with 1854, reflects on that history.

23 November 2021