Reading Time: 3 minutes Beginning with a newborn and ending with a 100-year-old, Lewis captures a portrait of diversity and charm in the East London borough
Reading Time: < 1 minute Dikeman’s latest photobook illustrates 27 years of family
Reading Time: 2 minutes Using her camera, the photographer interprets the intangible into imagery to attempt to gain a better understanding and connection to a family member she never knew.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Klotz and his daughter Eve collaborate in this photobook charting the everyday life of childhood
Reading Time: 2 minutes Accompanied by her mother, aunt and cousin, the family create charming scenes of theatre and dance, imagining and interpreting their grandmother’s life and journey.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The photographer retraces the migration routes of her family, from Georgia to Armenia to Russia
Reading Time: 2 minutes Our latest issue is dedicated to those we hold most dear, as we speak to photographers who each explore their personal relationships with family
Reading Time: 3 minutes Living in a caravan, surrounded by nature, Wood turns the lens on herself for the first time in I Wake To Listen, in her new life as a mother
Reading Time: 5 minutes If her images appear unsettling, that’s our own hang-ups, says Aneta Bartos, who photographed herself with her ageing father
Reading Time: 3 minutes German photographer Moritz Jekat visualises the experience of cohabiting with his Japanese-American partner and her daughter, and the lengthy process of immigration