The annual festival was established in 2015 to address the lack of support for the Indian photography community. Here, we speak to the festival’s founder Aquin Mathews about its origins, and this year’s program
Set within India’s City of Pearls, the festival platforms human interest stories covering love, war, and human rights
In a short film produced by Unseen Amsterdam and Canal 180 in collaboration with British Journal of Photography, we revisit key highlights of this year’s Unbound exhibition, guest-curated by Damarice Amao
Set within the beautiful town of Cadaqués, the festival’s exhibitions engage with their surrounding landscapes
The biennale’s 50 site-specific installations will light up the Swiss town for three weeks. Here, we speak to the festival’s director Stefano Stoll about its bold, playful, and unpretentious approach
The esteemed festival of photojournalism hosts 25 exhibitions, with each work investigating a critical social and political issues affecting the global community today
Ripping up the rule book, the festival tackles some of the most pressing issues of our time in a city that maintains a complex relationship to photography.
As we approach the closing weekend of PHOTO 2022, the Asia-Pacific Photobook Archive’s Isabella Capezio rounds-up her pick of the highlights