Reading Time: 2 minutes Tim Richmond’s latest photobook is a “love letter” to the people and places of a 20-mile stretch of coast in Southwest England
Reading Time: 5 minutes As his landmark retrospective at Bristol’s Arnolfini gallery closes this weekend, Gill reflects on his prolific career
Reading Time: 8 minutes Photographer and lecturer Aaron Schuman guides us through the history and creativity of the diverse community he calls home
Reading Time: < 1 minute The Books on Photography festival returns this year with over 50 publishers and a rich programme of artist talks and events
Reading Time: 5 minutes During the Covid-19 lockdown, a cohort of 15 photography students formed an independent research group. Their resulting publication and website use code to sequence their images, reflecting the collaborative experience they shared
Reading Time: 4 minutes A new exhibition at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery invites three photographers to interrogate the histories we remember and display
Reading Time: 3 minutes Director Tracy Marshall-Grant gives insight into the year-long festival, and its aims to nurture a new cultural network and celebrate the communities of the port city
Reading Time: 3 minutes The UK city’s major institutions will come together in a new biennial festival, alongside a year-round programme of commissions and collaborations
Reading Time: 3 minutes BOP Bristol 19, hosted by the Martin Parr Foundation and the Royal Photographic Society, will bring together 26 publishers, plus a series of artist talks
Reading Time: 5 minutes Would you want Martin Parr to take your portrait? You might say its a brave soul who goes in front of his penetrating lens, but it’s part of a portfolio of benefits the Martin Parr Foundation is launching in its Membership Scheme.
Parr set up the Bristol-based Foundation in 2014 to house his archive, but in October 2017 it opened to the public in a purpose-built space, offering free access to much more – a rolling programme of exhibitions, a large photobook library, and a growing collection of prints. Parr’s used the opportunity to hone in on British and Irish photographers, as well as work taken in the British Isles by others, and put the focus on their documentary work – an area which he believes is still underrated.