Photography’s rules are made to be broken. Having become frustrated with the medium’s conventions, five artists discuss how sculpture, activism and X-rays keep photography alive in their work. Next up is Gareth Phillips
50 single image winners and two series will be shown together at Galerie Huit Arles, all responding to theme of Truth
In this month’s editor’s picks, we take another look at Craig Easton’s decades-long portrait of the Williams – a family let down by the systemic failure of successive governments’ social policies. We also re-visit BJP’s top photo book picks for this season, and step inside Trevor Paglen’s studio.
In this month’s editor’s picks, we meet Andrea Gjestvang’s atlantic cowboys – the Faroese men increasingly living without women. We explore an Italian city newly freed form the grip of the Mafia, and enjoy an audience with Magnum’s Cristina de Middel.
We also discover a photographer’s guide to Japan’s capital city, and hear from the winners of the Environment category at this year’s Sony World Photography Awards.
In this month’s editor’s picks, Isabelle Wenzel explores the universal experience of inhabiting a body, while Morgan Ashcom presents corrupted film as a metaphor for oppression. We also revisit the work of the late documentary photographer Mik Critchlow, and celebrate the winner’s of BJP’s own Portrait of Humanity award