The esteemed festival of photojournalism hosts 25 exhibitions, with each work investigating a critical social and political issues affecting the global community today
On the morning of 24 February 2022, Ukrainian photographers woke up in a warzone. Many of them, such Mikhail Palinchak, Alina Smutko, Volodymyr Petrov and Pavel Dorogoy, chose to remain, documenting the horrific scenes taking place in their home.
“I think some of the greatest photojournalism contains information that we were never meant to see”
On assignment for The New York Times, Ducke travelled to one of Russia’s new military outposts in the Arctic where he witnessed an awakening of activity.
The Brazilian photographer’s most recent project documents drug trafficking in Michoacán, Mexico, and caught the judges attention
The photojournalist who has spent many years understanding Lebanese culture and people, now calls it home
“The pandemic has exposed once more the functioning of patriarchy, and the precariousness of women’s lives in many places — especially in so-called ‘third-world’ countries”
From cutting through the oversaturated image market to combating fake news, the renowned conflict photographer and Emmy-nominated filmmaker discusses how the role – and risks – of photojournalism continue to shift in the digital age
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
With the release of a book and accompanying exhibition showcasing Rodríguez’s LAPD 1994 work, the photojournalist reflects on growing up in New York, its effect on his practice and his approach to documenting the notorious Los Angeles Police Department thousands of miles away.