On show as part of the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, the Belfast artist’s 21 portraits gesture towards a stoic, complex understanding of womanhood
London’s National Portrait Gallery is reopening after a three-year redevelopment with a vibrant show tracing the life’s work of Madame Yevonde
The 2023 programmed holds space for Odessa Photo Days and Month of Photography Minsk for a second year both of which cannot take place domestically due to war and oppression
A Village on the Highway focuses not on the agricultural workers whose activism overturned the ‘black laws’, but the makeshift camps which allowed them to do it
The average lifespan of a house in Japan is around 30 years. Rather than renovating, homes are torn down and made anew. In her latest project, Suzuki raises questions about the political and economic factors behind the need to scrap.
As The Zizi Show brings deep fake drag queens to the V&A, its creator talks to BJP about gender nonconformity, tech bias and queer resistance
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 a new series, the Portuguese artist explores existential angst and alienation using his cold, precise choreography
Four new galleries make the museum’s centre the largest permanent space in the UK for a permanent collection. And new commissions, education and outreach add to the appeal, the V&A directors tell BJP
David Aruquipa Pérez’s images of Las Chinas Morenas highlight an often-overlooked fight for queer liberation