Reading Time: 4 minutes To coincide with the launch of Female in Focus 2021, Daneshmandi discusses her latest multimedia project, presented in the format of a dynamic spiral-bound calendar
Reading Time: 3 minutes By splicing found imagery from magazines and books, the artist teases out new narratives and rephotographs the result.
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Reading Time: 2 minutes Blending painting, collage, and photography, the Iranian artist’s compositions respond to her homeland; her experience of leaving, and the realities of those forced to flee their homes
Reading Time: < 1 minute Simpson’s most recent series explores perceptions of the body through collages that are both playful and uncanny
Reading Time: 4 minutes Created in lockdown at a secluded farm outside of Cape Town, South Africa, Krijno’s dreamlike collages offer windows onto fantastical worlds — far away from the current crisis unfolding in our own
Reading Time: 3 minutes Influenced by the ideas of Donna Haraway, Hosokura’s latest publication breaks down the rigid binaries and definitions that give shape to our conception of what it means to be human
Reading Time: 7 minutes “I see my work as a kind of tapestry, which is woven by thousands of threads to create one image”
Reading Time: < 1 minute A new body of work by the Belgium artist goes on show at the Musée des beaux-arts du Locle, Switzerland
Reading Time: 8 minutes Taking its title from a leaked CIA manual from the 1950s, George Selley’s collages – now the subject of a new photobook – tell a surreal story about leaked CIA documents, government propaganda, and bananas
When he found out about these documents, George Selley was instantly captivated, and his new project, A Study of Assassination, combines pages from the manual with archival press images, banana advertisements and Cold War propaganda. BJP caught up with the recent London College of Communication MA graduate to find out more about this project and his approach to images.