New York was central to Tomanova’s photographic development. Her latest publication, which launches at Dashwood Books, NY, today, immortalises landscapes and individuals across the city
Our Collective Breath, created by Tom Carpenter, divides its profits equally between each contributor
Featured in our latest issue’s Member’s Corner, Louis Bever reflects on his practice
On the final weekend of the photographer’s first survey exhibition, Ractliffe reflects on her approach to photographing South Africa during apartheid’s later years
Becky Warnock, Marie Smith, and Daniel Regan discuss the importance of process and collaboration, and what makes the camera an effective medium in visualising the invisible
Curator Mariama Attah explains how socially engaged curatorial practices can reshape the photographic world
With the release of a book and accompanying exhibition showcasing Rodríguez’s LAPD 1994 work, the photojournalist reflects on growing up in New York, its effect on his practice and his approach to documenting the notorious Los Angeles Police Department thousands of miles away.