Inside a converted tractor shed with a tin roof, overlooking the moors of West Yorkshire, Yan Wang Preston connects to nature and embraces her roots
The curator spent over a decade at the Whitney Museum of American Art before joining the International Center of Photography earlier this year – here she discusses her career with BJP’s editor.
Travelling to Ukraine in autumn last year, Christopher Nunn photographed the abandoned homes, schools and buildings traumatised by the Russian war
The new issue of BJP is out now. Editor Izabela Radwanska Zhang talks through what to expect – from a Brexit chronicle to the wide influences of Carrie Mae Weems
Following her exhibition of the winning series Atlanta Made Us Famous at TJ Boulting gallery in London, the Dutch-Moroccan photographer delves into the work and speaks candidly about navigating the music photography industry as an early-career photographer
Home, Love, Ukraine, Time, Talent, Community, Tradition, Identity and the Portrait. Our 2022 issue themes reflect the most pertinent subjects occupying photographers’ work this year. We delve behind our cover images
After 16 years at the helm of The Photographers Gallery in London, expanding its exhibition programme to be more diverse and inclusive, Brett Rogers steps down at the end of this year. Here, she reflects on her life and career.
Colour clash: Lorenzo Vitturi interrogates his mixed cultural heritage, and the ‘hybridity’ of tradition
Vitturi’s latest show is an intense and abstract exploration of tradition, ancient craftsmanship and culture
Centre Pompidou unpacks the colonialism entrenched in its own photography collection from the critical interwar period of the 1930s
Unframing Colonialism is an eye-opening exhibition curated by Damarice Amao, taking a critical look at how photography furthered the colonial project in France