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Race & Representation
Reading Time: 2 minutes After decades of art and activism, the photographer is releasing his first photobook.
Reading Time: 4 minutes As British Vogue’s youngest ever cover photographer, Carter joins a crop of record-breaking Black artists at the forefront of the editorial sphere. She unpacks how she got noticed, her organic approach, and the power of community in driving change
Reading Time: 3 minutes Far from romanticised depictions of the American road, Amani Willet presents an alternative experience, marked by fear, violence and death
Reading Time: 6 minutes Reappropriating Catholic imagery, Mendez highlights the impact of the colonial history in the ongoing sidelining of indigenous women in her home country
Reading Time: 3 minutes Recent graduate Tayo Adekunle travels the lengths of photographic history in order to question who controls the image.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Jack Shainman Gallery presents some of Parks’ most iconic images, and a selection of rarely-exhibited work, at both its New York locations
Reading Time: 4 minutes Gianelli draws on her heritage and response to the Black Lives Matter protests to create a fictional world where modern women express and represent themselves as they are.
Reading Time: 7 minutes A new generation of contemporary photographers are challenging the status quo, drawing on their personal histories to make work that is inherently relevant for the future.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Gia Goodrich’s practice is built around authentic representation — when brands want to do better, they come knocking. Here, she discusses how to market yourself, and make an impact