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
On the occasion of the retrospective, we revisit Imogen Greenhalgh’s trip to Fabian Miller’s Dartmoor studio, at a pivotal moment in his practice as he moved into new experiments with colour and form
Documenting the self, and often in sensual sequences, Villiger used her body as material and subject to liberate her sense of identity
A new exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery traces the origins of gay physique photography in the capital, from Chelsea Barracks to Highgate Pond
The social documentary photographer, who passed away last week on his 68th birthday, told the story of his industrial hometown of Ashington with unparalleled insight and sensitivity
A group show of three, displaced Rohingya photographers, Omal Khair, Dil Kayas and Azimul Hasson, documenting their experience of living in the largest refugee camp in the world, is a compelling highlight
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.
Through two graduate projects, Margarita Galandina reinterprets her Siberian heritage – blurring the line between the staged and the candid