Reading Time: 2 minutes “I’m interested in photographing what the world looks like when we can’t agree on what’s real,” he says
Politics & Power
Reading Time: 6 minutes Speaking from Lviv, Neville shares his experience of the war in recent days and the reasons for making his latest book, Stop Tanks with Books, about the lives of Ukrainian people
Reading Time: 8 minutes Consumerism and imperialism have long been explored and visualised in photography. Indeed, images themselves are a commodity that perpetuate the cycle. But with the dawn of the internet and new technologies, the heightened awareness of the climate crisis, intersectional thought and need for decolonisation, photography’s relationship to capitalism is being reexamined.
Reading Time: 3 minutes The project, titled Blueprints 2017-2020, distills and recaptures images from the British media that came to characterise the years following the EU referendum
Reading Time: 5 minutes Milach’s new book triptych, I Am Warning You, provides an architectural survey of three fortified borders: the US-Mexican wall, the Hungarian border fence, and the Berlin Wall
Reading Time: 3 minutes From the history of the second amendment, to Instagram influencers and inherited weapon collections, Galimberti’s latest publication charts America’s obsession with guns
Reading Time: 3 minutes With nearly 300 images and still going, Mountain of Salt chronicles the sentiment of the unprecedented events of last year.
Reading Time: 4 minutes On the day of US President-Elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, the Mexican photographer reflects on her Female in Focus 2020 winning series, conceived last year in a bid to convince American citizens to vote Trump out of office
Reading Time: 4 minutes The new monograph is a collection of images taken between Germany and Poland, creating an atmosphere of uncertainty that characterises the future of this troubled nation.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Growing up during the Romanian revolution, the photographer’s latest project ruminates on the country’s complicated history and asks why to this day, the deaths of those lost have not been properly reconciled.