Reading Time: 5 minutes Spanning 20 years, Permissions is a book wherein the comings and goings, cycles, rituals, and remnants of family life are scooped up, shuffled, and then set free
Reading Time: 4 minutes Animated by the country’s dramatically shifting seasons, the Finnish capital’s photographic scene has steadily gained international recognition since the 1960s. Here, we guide you through some of its artistic hotspots
Reading Time: 4 minutes Kate Friend invites creatives and public figures to pick a single flower or plant for her to photograph. Here, she reveals the process behind five of her portraits
Reading Time: 5 minutes The azure lagoons and golden light of Italy’s floating city have charmed visitors for centuries. Louise Long looks beyond the touristic sites and bustle of the Biennale to uncover Venice’s modern-day photographic highlights
Reading Time: 3 minutes “There are always smaller stories,” says Snell, whose surreal and restless portraiture is rooted in street photography. To coincide with Portrait of Humanity 2022, Snell – who was one of the single image winners in 2020 – discusses his practice.
Reading Time: 6 minutes The first new body of work commissioned by Malala Fund and 1854, Silvana Trevale’s enigmatic portrait of 16-year-old girl Carmen ruminates on the “beauty and complexity” of adolescence on the Venezuelan coast.
Reading Time: 3 minutes With Mold’s fifth annual issue exploring what seed intelligence can teach us about preparing for an uncertain future, Lenancker’s hypnotising still-life cover was born from sculpting and photographing seed-inspired shapes
Reading Time: 4 minutes A collaboration with writer Maryan Abdulkarim, the work is, ultimately, about presence and the act of belonging
Reading Time: 5 minutes Commissioned by Leica and 1854, Bannister’s new body of work – titled Witnesses of: Individuality – celebrates difference and commonality amongst the people of England
Reading Time: 3 minutes Named one of two series winners of OpenWalls Arles 2021, Meyer obscures landscapes of the former Berlin Wall with physical cross-stitching designed to resemble pixelation