Reading Time: 3 minutes “This is a project about all the things that make me depressed and anxious – it’s about racism and identity, the environment and climate change, religion and family, history and culture”
Reading Time: 4 minutes The exhibition, opening tomorrow, brings together the work of 12 artists who consider the complexities of human relationships with the land and climate justice
Reading Time: 3 minutes “I wanted to direct my photography towards questioning, towards an alternative narrative to the one imposed by the state in the face of terror”
Reading Time: 3 minutes The photographer’s new book, Good Hope, draws on archival imagery and text to build a layered and fragmented narrative
Reading Time: 2 minutes In her new book, titled White Shoes, Faustine photographs herself at New York locations tied to the history of the slave trade, including former African burial grounds
Reading Time: 2 minutes The group exhibition offers an alternative perspective on the climate crisis by emphasising the unheard voices of the southern hemisphere
Reading Time: 2 minutes “Our current notions of gender, language, spirituality, religion, time – all of it – is a white construction.”
Reading Time: 5 minutes The Brazilian photographer celebrates the expression of those who live in constant fear of their lives, in a country where their very being is rejected.
Reading Time: 6 minutes Reappropriating Catholic imagery, Mendez highlights the impact of the colonial history in the ongoing sidelining of indigenous women in her home country
Reading Time: 4 minutes 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.