Reading Time: 3 minutes The main exhibitions programme will be hosted at the State Gallery of Art, Madhapur, and includes work by Prashant Panijar, Mohammad Rakibul Hasan and Divya Cowasji
Tag: Portrait of Humanity
Reading Time: 2 minutes As the coronavirus pandemic continues, and we fight to mend the cracks in the system it has exposed, 1854 and British Journal of Photography are proud to present the Portrait of Humanity 2021 shortlist: 200 astonishing portraits which span the globe, capturing a year like no other in living memory.
Reading Time: 3 minutes In a vibrant celebration of a new “COVID normal” Victoria, the inaugural PHOTO 2021 International Festival of Photography will reanimate the city with work from both established and emerging international artists between 18 February – 7 March 2021.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Three bodies of work and 30 single images have won the fourth edition of one of British Journal of Photography’s biggest awards
Reading Time: 2 minutes Indian Photo Festival, one of South Asia’s leading photography festivals, returns this November with a dynamic combination of online and offline events
Reading Time: 2 minutes 400 photographs from Portrait of Humanity 2019 and 2020 are launched 130,000 feet into the stratosphere
Reading Time: 3 minutes Born on the Caribbean island of Curaçao, a former Dutch colony, Dustin Thierry moved to…
Reading Time: 2 minutes Sitting at the intersection of typology, documentary and fine art, Jim Naughten’s winning Portrait of Humanity 2020 series explores the vibrant and politically-charged costumes of Namibia’s Herero tribe
Reading Time: 4 minutes “The haenyeo of South Korea may be the last modern heroines whose story must be told,” says Alain Schroeder, whose winning Portrait of Humanity 2020 series documents Jeju Island’s ageing free-divers
Reading Time: 3 minutes Snezhana von Buedingen’s winning Portrait of Humanity 2020 weaves a delicate tale of the transition from adolescence to adulthood