The Brazilian photographer celebrates the expression of those who live in constant fear of their lives, in a country where their very being is rejected.
Davide Degano ruminates on the cultural past and uncertain future of the remote villages in Italy’s north
Returning to his childhood home, the photographer has dedicated his practice to reviving the historical heritage of Friuli
Kalpesh Lathigra travels to Mumbai, considering what life could have been had his family not migrated to the UK
In a study of his own identity, the British-born photographer collaborates with Emmanuelle Peri to explore what the idea of home and belonging really means
K Young’s surreal collages of contorted bodies explore social constructs of gender roles and identity
By splicing found imagery from magazines and books, the artist teases out new narratives and rephotographs the result.
“It’s a world in which Black folks can appear intimate, in unison with themselves, and in sync with one another”
Initiated two years ago, each photographer was allocated a final stop on the London underground. The resulting project, revealed in a virtual gallery, captures London’s diversity
Visa restrictions meant that for three years Ricardo Nagaoka was unable to return to his family and Japanese community in Paraguay. When he finally did, he found that his perspective had shifted
Alys Tomlinson’s Ex-Voto book is the culmination of a five-year journey across Catholic pilgrimage sites…
“We were fascinated by the rich diversity of Latin America and the Latinx diaspora experience and wanted to address expectations of what Latinx means,” say the organisers behind Mundo Latinx, an exhibition of Latin American work going on show in London. “This exhibition coincides with challenging times in the global political climate when it is particularly important to highlight identity politics and diverse representation.”
A multimedia show, featuring work by film-makers, illustrators, and fashion designers as well as photographers, Mundo Latinx includes work by contemporary image-makers such as Diego Moreno from Mexico and Brecho Replay from Brazil, whose projects challenge notions of Latin American identity and beauty. Mundo Latinx is on show at the Fashion Space Gallery at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London, and is organised by White Line Projects, a group of London College of Fashion, UAL MA Fashion Curation alumni which was founded by Fiona McKay and Xenia Capacete Caballero.
When Michelle Sank approached young people on the streets of Sandwell, asking to take portraits…