For centuries, the yak and the Tibetan people have shared an inseparable bond. Kin Coedel tells the story of a nomadic community who stayed true to their traditions when China’s rapidly growing economy threatened Tibet’s way of life
The average lifespan of a house in Japan is around 30 years. Rather than renovating, homes are torn down and made anew. In her latest project, Suzuki raises questions about the political and economic factors behind the need to scrap.
On the occasion of the retrospective, we revisit Imogen Greenhalgh’s trip to Fabian Miller’s Dartmoor studio, at a pivotal moment in his practice as he moved into new experiments with colour and form
The Magnum photographer talks to Ravi Ghosh about reissuing The Shipping Forecast, his seminal book navigating the British Isles’ 31 sea areas
The new director talks about her darkroom upbringing in Sydney, life as an intern, and her transparency drive at the UK’s most prestigious photography institution
The artist delves deep into family and community archives to reflect on migration, portraiture, and his British-Caribbean heritage
Paul Ninson’s passion for photography quickly developed into something much bigger than himself