Zilan Imşik creates shimmering images around four Turkish cities to memorialise Kurdish disappearances in the 1980s and 90s
The death of Fion Hung’s grandmother prompted the photographer to reexamine a strained family dynamic informed by mediaeval folk tales
Christopher Bethell’s work comes from a desire to explore his identity, making his personal reflections…
“Folkestone is a hidden gem – inspiring, by the sea, relatively affordable, and only an hour…
Val Williams is co-curating a show on seaside photography for Turner Contemporary – and is asking photographers to submit their work for consideration. The exhibition will launch in Margate in summer 2019 before going on tour around the UK, and is being curated by Val Williams and Karen Shepherdson – director of the photography and the Archive Research Centre (PARC) at the London College of Communication, and director of the South East Archive of Seaside Photography respectively. They want to produce a collection which explores “how the medium of photography has both shaped and exposed the multiple layers of the seaside resort”, they say.
How can art contribute to our understanding of justice in a time of global conflict? Award-winning photographer Edmund Clark considered the question with former Guantanamo detainee Moazzam Begg and human rights lawyer Cori Crider at the IWM London – home to his ongoing show, War of Terror
Back in February 2015, BJP flagged up Cemre Yesil as a One to Watch – and now her series For Birds’ Sake, made with Maria Sturm, has won a Prix Levallois nomination. We revisit our article on this series and her hands-on approach to photography
One of the emerging artists exhibiting in the London College of Communications Photography MA show, Gabriela Mazowiecka’s Letting Go investigates Polish levels of trust