Reading Time: 4 minutes With perspectives from Juan Brenner, Charlotte Schmitz, Harley Weir and Josué Rivas, we explore how the last year has changed the way photographers approach their practice
Reading Time: 3 minutes Laced with humour and tragedy, Suryajaya’s ongoing project reflects on his experiences of the last year, charting the erratic tempo of his psychological landscape
Reading Time: 3 minutes The city of Wuhan endured one of the harshest lockdowns in the world at the start of 2020. In his new project, Ariano explores what life is like today
Reading Time: 5 minutes Made intuitively during the months of lockdown last year, The Beekeeper is a meditation on the photographer’s unsettled feelings of fear and threat in relation to the concept of a man
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Reading Time: < 1 minute Comprised of 120 vernacular images from the two photographers, TALK SOON creates new conversations with each page turn, reflecting their lockdowns
Reading Time: 4 minutes In the first of a series of articles looking back at some of the most exciting shows at Les Rencontres de la Photographie, Holly Roussell recalls her curatorial experience at La Croisière
Reading Time: 4 minutes As photography festivals innovate and restructure, questions surrounding the purpose and functionality of the gallery have been raised.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Moreno’s Latest work draws on glamour, Freud, gender and performance as they navigate an isolated lockdown.
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.