Tag: Photojournalism

Ed Jonkler reflects on the Syrian civil war

Reading Time: 4 minutes Posing as a Kurdish man complete with a Syrian passport, in 2016, Jonkler travelled through the deserts of Syria to the camps of Calais, documenting the plight of refugees. Here, Jonkler reflects on his work, and the war that spawned the crisis he documented

14 April 2021

Face to Face: Rethinking the role of reportage

Reading Time: 2 minutes Centering on the importance of community and collaboration, a new public exhibition curated by Ekow Eshun presents work by eight contemporary photographers working at the intersection of documentary, art and activism

13 October 2020

1854 Presents: Bradley Secker

Reading Time: 2 minutes In a free live event, the Istanbul-based photojournalist unpacks a decade of documenting LGBTI+ asylum seekers around the world

5 August 2020

Issue #7896: Faces of the frontline

Reading Time: 3 minutes With Covid-19 on everyone’s mind, our June issue considers the risk and responsibility of documenting the pandemic, with remarkable stories from the frontline. Plus, some reminders of life before lockdown

1 June 2020