Fascinated by the scientific and mythical implications of nuclear fusion experiments, Ezio D’Agostino traversed into the depths of ITER, the world’s largest power plant dedicated to harnessing solar energy.
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
Teju Cole collates musings on the everyday and an exploration of image context and space in his new book
In the tense weeks leading up to the 2020 US presidential election, Cole photographed his kitchen while reflecting the construction of image-making and sharing today
Peering into construction sites through the surrounding viewing panels, Malka re-frames the perception of progress and development as loss of identity
Individually, each image is a singular approach to depicting a red apple. Together, however, they address larger existential questions relating to consciousness, reality and truth
Fascinated by the unlimited possibilities of post-production, the photographer explores a world without stereotypes and predictability
In the first instalment of a new series, we reflect on projects made inside, including work by Gideon Mendel, Jerome Ming and Stefanie Moshammer