Andrea Gjestvang’s new book explores how masculinity morphes and survives in harsh farming and fishing communities – the toils and textures of brotherhood, flesh and land
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
In this event, the photographer reflects on his latest project, as he documents the invisible, ever present phenomenon of gender.
Informed by his experience as a millennial Western man, Lakin mediates on dated yet prevalent masculine stereotypes
To coincide with Portrait of Britain 2021, Vadoliya – who was shortlisted for the award last year – discusses Brotherhood: a project musing on the many ways to be a south Asian man in contemporary Britain
Duquesne’s first photobook is a sensual and comical exploration of performed acts of masculinity
If her images appear unsettling, that’s our own hang-ups, says Aneta Bartos, who photographed herself with her ageing father
Adopting a variety of guises and costumes, Samuel Fosso has spent a lifetime subverting cultural stereotypes with his performative self-portraits
Opening this week, a timely exhibition at the Barbican explores how masculinity has been coded and performed since the 1960s. We speak to curator Alona Pardo about destabilising and debunking the myths surrounding it.
“I’m interested in masculinity, and the small box that men are given to perform in,” says Matalon, whose first photobook explores the gentler side of masculinity and desire