Muay Thai enthusiast Aneesa Dawoojee wanted to challenge stereotypes about fighters. Photographing at her local gym, she discovered a mixed cast with their own stories to tell
Throughout her career, Jarvis has been intent on empowering the next generation of photographers. Doing this, alongside focused hard work and endurance, has led to the successes she enjoys today.
The pioneering contemporary self-portraitist reflects on his life’s work as a major, touring retrospective of his work opens in Huis Marseille this month.
Marcoci sheds light on the considerations that shaped the show’s final form, and her relationship with the featured work and Tillmans’ practice more broadly
Presenting three decades of work, Miro Kuzmanovic’s self-published monograph addresses the legacy of the conflicts in former Yugoslavia, and how they have affected contemporary national identity
Miechowski’s work contemplates why, despite the instability of the landscape, many residents continue to call the vanishing cliffs their home
Spanning 20 years, Permissions is a book wherein the comings and goings, cycles, rituals, and remnants of family life are scooped up, shuffled, and then set free
London based photographer Laura Pannack continues her exploration of mythology, nostalgia and the impermanence of adolescence with her latest project Tales from the Dübener Heide forest. Pannack shares a first look at the work, specially for British Journal of Photography