Hoping to reignite appreciation for a ‘neglected’ UK photo scene, James Hyman will open the Centre for British Photography at the end of this month. How will the new institution serve the community?
The new director talks about her darkroom upbringing in Sydney, life as an intern, and her transparency drive at the UK’s most prestigious photography institution
As the definitive book of the late photographer’s career lands, collaborator and ICP curator David Campany reflects on Klein’s restless, polymathic genius
The South African’s photographs of tragedy and vitality are on show in London, just a stone’s throw from the sites of the original specialist centres at Middlesex Hospital
The artist delves deep into family and community archives to reflect on migration, portraiture, and his British-Caribbean heritage
After 16 years at the helm of The Photographers Gallery in London, expanding its exhibition programme to be more diverse and inclusive, Brett Rogers steps down at the end of this year. Here, she reflects on her life and career.
London Art Fair’s annual group show for photography will present 11 multigenerational women and non-binary photographers, whose practices are informed by their Black and mixed diasporic heritage
Unframing Colonialism is an eye-opening exhibition curated by Damarice Amao, taking a critical look at how photography furthered the colonial project in France
Marcoci sheds light on the considerations that shaped the show’s final form, and her relationship with the featured work and Tillmans’ practice more broadly
The French-Vietnamese artist generates multisensory installations, inquiring the process of making memories through a collision of her cultural references and connections