Reading Time: 3 minutes Spending her photographic career photographing some of the planet’s most remote and inaccessible environments, Skubatz travels to a tiny town in the Arctic that is at the forefront of its changing landscape.
Reading Time: 3 minutes The recent graduate uses his photographs to create a visual dialogue with his late father’s archive
Reading Time: 2 minutes Documenting the everyday lives of “campesino” – Cuba’s farming community – Sharum stresses the universality of human experience
Reading Time: 3 minutes Enlisting volunteers to act out fictional scenarios in Seoul, Lim’s latest book comments on the media’s role in perpetuating fears of an imminent disaster
Reading Time: 4 minutes “With large format cameras, your equipment becomes your teacher”
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Pakistani photographer celebrates the everyday in the bustling metropolis
Reading Time: 4 minutes Mentored by Henri Cartier-Bresson, the ‘Italian-born’ photographer will be remembered for his continual innovation across fashion and documentary photography
Reading Time: 4 minutes As the first selected photographer for MPB’s Shoot the Sequel: Then & Now America commission in collaboration with 1854/BJP, the Russian-American artist is set to document the stark divisions of Florida’s “Forgotten Coast”
Reading Time: 5 minutes With the release of a book and accompanying exhibition showcasing Rodríguez’s LAPD 1994 work, the photojournalist reflects on growing up in New York, its effect on his practice and his approach to documenting the notorious Los Angeles Police Department thousands of miles away.
Reading Time: 2 minutes But Still, It Turns explores new forms of documentary photography, framing the chaotic world that surrounds us.