Commissioned by WaterAid and 1854/British Journal of Photography, Chow spent 16 days living on a boat, documenting how the water crisis is affecting communities on Southeast Asia’s largest freshwater lake
Hady Barry, the final photographer selected for Malala Fund’s Against All Odds commission series in collaboration with 1854, joins 13-year-old Aissatou on her pursuit of a secondary education in Guinea
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.
Named the second selectee for Malala Fund’s Against All Odds commission in collaboration with 1854, the Cairo-born photographer will turn her lens to the young women rising above Egypt’s discriminatory sporting culture
Commissioned by Leica and 1854, Bannister’s new body of work – titled Witnesses of: Individuality – celebrates difference and commonality amongst the people of England
Against All Odds: Malala Fund opens applications for their final commission opportunity in collaboration with 1854
For the third and final installment of the Malala Fund x 1854 Against All Odds commission series, one more woman photographer will be commissioned to create new work celebrating the strength and determination of remarkable girls
As the first photographer commissioned as part of the Malala Fund’s Against All Odds commission series in collaboration with 1854, the Caracas-born photographer will document 16-year-old Katty — who dreams of becoming a doctor amidst the country’s fraught socio-political climate
“My mum served her community in the grandest way possible. That was the spark for this whole idea,” says Vikesh Kapoor, as he embarks on the Leica x 1854 Witnesses of: Devotion commission
“Whether you’ve got six minutes or six days, it’s about lending yourself to those moments so that you can make people feel comfortable,” says the British-Nigerian photographer, recently commissioned by Leica and 1854 to capture ‘the everyday’
After spending years making work in the USA, a new commission from Leica will see Bannister turning his camera to his native Britain — where he seeks to dig beneath the surface of how people and places ‘present’, instead capturing their essence.