1854’s FastTrack programme promotes unsigned talent in the commercial sphere. Here, three winners discuss their practices, reflecting on teamwork, learning from new mediums, and the possibility for new queer photography
Lina Geoushy’s ongoing project hopes to fight for gender equality in the nation’s labour laws
After discovering an old manual in her parents’ house, the Australian-British photographer began to consider the visual and literal language used in the farming industry
The Franco-English publication focuses on both intimate and political experiences of womanhood, featuring photography by Carrie Mae Weems, Elena Helfrecht, Lucile Boiron, and more
Following on from her lauded series on the female body and community, Togethering continues the dialogue.
Reductively labelled a “girl photographer” in the 90s, Nagashima is now a leading voice in feminist photographic discourse. Here, the Japanese photographer discusses her new book of self-portraits, and why she took it upon herself to rewrite history
Nydia Blas delves deeper into her world of female magic