As the Elles × Paris Photo initiative celebrates its first five years with a new publication, we speak to 2023 curator Fiona Rogers and look ahead to the array of fringe events taking place in Paris later this month
Tag: black lives matter
For the past half decade, Dee Dwyer has documented the ongoing protests occurring in her city, Washington DC, feeling it her duty to tell the story from the perspective of the Black community.
Since 2019, Worthless Studios has handed out thousands of free rolls of film to professional and amateur photographers across the US. Now, two new photobooks present an edit of the work
Research has shown that London is one of the most surveilled cities worldwide
On show for the duration of Black History Month, Strange Flowers spotlights photographers addressing empowerment, equality and hope
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.
With nearly 300 images and still going, Mountain of Salt chronicles the sentiment of the unprecedented events of last year.
Over 100 photographers from around the world are selling £100 prints to raise money for Black British Charities
Harriman is one of the most widely-shared photographers of the Black Lives Matter movement. Here, he shares his story, and discusses one of his favourite images
This Juneteenth, the day marking a key date in the emancipation of slaves in the US, a collective of more than 80 Black photographers is launching a fundraiser