Long Read

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Tim Walker: Shoot for the Moon

Reading Time: 8 minutes In the 25 years since his graduation, Tim Walker has become one of the most singular photographers of his generation. Diane Smyth finds him in reflective mood ahead of a new book and exhibition at the V&A

12 September 2019
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Give me shelter

Reading Time: 9 minutes Identity politics looms large for many young Turkish photographers. Not least Cansu Yıldıran, whose work explores her roots in the Kusmer highlands, and her adopted community in Istanbul

30 July 2019

A Life in a Sea of Red

Reading Time: 6 minutes Thirty years since the Tiananmen Square massacre, Liu Heung Shing, the photojournalist who captured the transformation of China, reflects on his coverage of the protests and his wider body of work

4 June 2019

Elf Dalia by Maja Daniels

Reading Time: 5 minutes For her latest work, Maja Daniels spent three years in Älvdalen, a small Swedish town shrouded by the mystery of a dying norse language, and its tragic history of witch trials

7 May 2019

Miami Beach by Barry Lewis

Reading Time: 5 minutes “My tropical adventure was started by a friend, the photographer Mary Ellen Mark, who in 1988, enthused to me about Miami Beach, ‘You are made for each other!’” says Barry Lewis. “That summer I went with my family for a brief holiday, and fell in love with this exotic time warp. I met up with several photographers and by the end of the trip had a share in a fading Art Deco apartment on the beach.”

So began an ongoing love affair for Lewis, who ended up documenting South Beach for the next seven years, using Miami as a base for his US work and a venue for family winter escapes. It was, as he points out, a city on the up, just starting to revive after a couple of decades in the doldrums.

26 April 2019