In his debut photobook – the first-ever photographic title by a Sudanese photographer – Basheer revisits memories of his parents, who died when he was three years old
Covering images from the 19th century to today, National Gallery Singapore’s extensive show illustrates how the region has shaped the global history of the medium
At the age of 30, Ascencio learned that his father’s death – 14 years ago – was by suicide. The shocking news prompted him to revisit and reinterpret his family archive
Panebianco photographs her father’s old slides against her current locations: “It is a literal meeting of past and present, but there is also the idea of continuation, and the past shaping the present”
A new exhibition at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery invites three photographers to interrogate the histories we remember and display
Tens of thousands of people perished after the nuclear attacks in Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. Yet the scientists who created the bombs, only consumed their effect through imagery of the mushroom cloud. Stockburger ruminates on this tension in his new work, The Missing Link.
With nearly 300 images and still going, Mountain of Salt chronicles the sentiment of the unprecedented events of last year.
A colossal explosion in Beirut imperilled three major photo institutions near the blast site, and propelled issues of photo heritage preservation in the volatile region to the fore.
On show at London’s David Hill Gallery, the exhibition features work by Sanlé Sory, Rachidi Bissiriou, Malick Sidibé, and Leonce Raphael Agbodjélou