Reading Time: < 1 minute Comprised of 120 vernacular images from the two photographers, TALK SOON creates new conversations with each page turn, reflecting their lockdowns
Reading Time: 4 minutes As photography festivals innovate and restructure, questions surrounding the purpose and functionality of the gallery have been raised.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Moreno’s Latest work draws on glamour, Freud, gender and performance as they navigate an isolated lockdown.
Reading Time: 3 minutes The fifth edition of PhotoBrussels Festival launches today, highlighting work made in confinement
Reading Time: 2 minutes The latest book by Shanghai-based publishing studio Same Paper, Still Life brings together 13 international photographers exploring their lockdown experience
Reading Time: 3 minutes After her award-winning documentary series Ex-Voto, London-based Alys Tomlinson returns with a new work, exploring familiar themes, but with subjects far closer to home
Reading Time: 3 minutes Westra reflects on the presence of the female body in her work, and her latest photobook and exhibition, Afternoons
Reading Time: 12 minutes In the first of a new series talking to visual creatives about life in lockdown,…
Reading Time: 8 minutes In the first of a new series focusing on work made in isolation, the South African photographer discusses her collaborative approach to portraiture
Reading Time: < 1 minute Tonight, Wednesday 15 April at 6PM (UK Time), 1854 Presents: Laura Pannack in conversation with Marigold Warner, Associate Online Editor of British Journal of Photography, followed by an audience Q&A