Award-winning novelist and playwright Lucy Caldwell worked with Bowe on this new story being presented in his show at Dublin’s Royal Hibernian Academy.
The French photographer employs playfulness and pleasure to imagine a vibrant universe that chimes with her love of movie-making
Inspired by her childhood imagining wild detective stories, Laura Chen has constructed a new world of justice, lying somewhere between fact and fiction
London based photographer Laura Pannack continues her exploration of mythology, nostalgia and the impermanence of adolescence with her latest project Tales from the Dübener Heide forest. Pannack shares a first look at the work, specially for British Journal of Photography
Imagining the world’s end, the photographer’s latest project guides us through a spiritual narrative exploring India’s colonial past, landscape and elusive, ghostly characters.
Taking a new approach to documentary photography after a near-death experience in Libya, Guy Martin captured Turkey’s fantasies and created a series which was recently published by GOST. “To not learn from that event in April 2011, I couldn’t do that to myself,” he says. “I couldn’t justify it to my family, I couldn’t be put in that same situation again,” he says. “The starting point was to take control of my photography, to use my photography instead of letting it use me.”
“This story you cannot tell, only recording the work as it is,” says photographer Vasantha Yogananthan.…