We visit the home studio of Katrin Koenning in the leafy Melbourne suburb of Prahran, where the artist connects with the local community to develop her many varied projects
The Chilean duo spent five years researching their project on an Indigenous community in Cherán and, employing a mix of fact and fiction, relay the untold events of the uprising 12 years ago
Since arriving in the UK from Poland, the Ones To Watch winner has rejected the prescriptive expectations of the photography industry
Many socially engaged practices rely on collaborations with marginalised communities – but if a photographer receives funding, should their participants also be paid?
Sebastian Bruno’s images for The Abertillery and Ebbw Valleys Dynamic offer a multifaceted view of a working-class community in the throes of austerity
Alessandro Di Giugno’s images of his hometown show a city and its people refusing to be defined by recent history after four decades living with the mob’s crime and intimidation
Bringing together the work of five artists, a new exhibition explores difficult topics as tools for healing and connection
Back for its 11th edition, and in-person for the first time since 2019, the photofestival brings work by over 200 international artists to 12 venues across Derby
Since it’s launch in 2017, Dan Mariner and Marianne Bjørnmyr’s NŌUA has gone from studio space to cultural hub
Growing up in a small town in Eastern Croatia, Matej Jurčević has watched the community transform as the new generation moves away to seek opportunities in Europe. He photographs the spaces and memories they leave behind.