Reading Time: 4 minutes As the first photographer commissioned as part of the Malala Fund’s Against All Odds commission series in collaboration with 1854, the Caracas-born photographer will document 16-year-old Katty — who dreams of becoming a doctor amidst the country’s fraught socio-political climate
Reading Time: < 1 minute Partnering with the photographic network Le Book, 1854 Presents brings a series of discussions, hosted by writer, editor and curator Tom Seymour.
Reading Time: < 1 minute In our latest collaborative discussion partnering with the photographic network Le Book, writer, editor and curator Tom Seymour talks NFT’s, the digital revolution, and the future of photography with digital artists Adam Broomberg and Antony Cairns.
Reading Time: < 1 minute James Gerrard-Jones explores the changing face of marketing photography with Sophie Ebrard and Louise Hagger
Reading Time: < 1 minute In this collaboration between 1854 presents and the global photographic network Le Book, writer, editor and curator Tom Seymour hosts a discussion between Touch Digital founder Greame Bull Craig, and 2017 Lens Culture Emerging Talent Award winner Nicholas White.
Reading Time: 4 minutes After spending years making work in the USA, a new commission from Leica will see Bannister turning his camera to his native Britain — where he seeks to dig beneath the surface of how people and places ‘present’, instead capturing their essence.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Part of a three-part commission series celebrating the determination and agency of remarkable girls around the world, applications are now open for the second women photographer to help Malala’s mission.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Mendez & Kaplan to investigate the impact of climate change in Colombia in a new collaboration between WaterAid and 1854
Reading Time: 3 minutes In a new commission for WaterAid and 1854/BJP, Calvin Chow turns his lens to Cambodia’s life force, the Tonlé Sap lake
Reading Time: 3 minutes A new commission by WaterAid and 1854 will see Ngadi Smart explore Freetown’s complex water supply problems and what it’s young people are doing about it.