Reading Time: 3 minutes With the launch of Ones to Watch 2022, Magnum Photos’ editor-in-chief and former British Journal of Photography editor Simon Bainbridge, who co-edited the issue, reflects on his life and career to date
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Reading Time: 2 minutes Don’t miss legendary documentary photographer Martin Parr in conversation with British Journal of Photography in an exclusive livestream event
Reading Time: 3 minutes Sophie Calle, Laia Abril, Collier Schorr, and BJP editor Simon Bainbridge are among this year’s winners
Reading Time: 4 minutes Simon Bainbridge, editorial director of the British Journal of Photography, picks out the projects that most caught his eye in 2018 – including The Anarchist Citizenship, a collaboration between Nadine Stijns, Amal Alhaag and Mustafa Saeed
Reading Time: 4 minutes This year marks the third annual Portrait of Britain exhibition. As much a showcase of…
Reading Time: 4 minutes “These images, in all their diversity, reflect something of the richness of this nation and…
Reading Time: 7 minutes Yassine Alaoui Ismaili (Morocco), Paul Botes (South Africa), Anna Boyiazis (USA), Tommaso Fiscaletti & Nic Grobler (South Africa), and Phumzile Khanyile (South Africa) are the five winners of the seventh CAP Prize. Open to photographers of any age or background, the CAP Prize is awarded to work that engages with the African continent or its diaspora.
Born in 1984 in Khouribga, Morocco, Yassine Alaoui Ismaili – aka Yoriyas – lives in Casablanca and has been awarded his prize for the series Casablanca Not the Movie (2014–2018). “It is both a love letter to the city I call home and an effort to nuance the visual record for those whose exposure to Morocco’s famous city is limited to guide book snapshots, film depictions or Orientalist fantasies,” he says.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Alighting at Peckham Rye train station in south London, a short walk across a busy market street takes you to the Bussey Building complex, a former cricket-bat factory that is now home to an assortment of bars, music venues, yoga studios and art spaces, including the Copeland Gallery. This bright exhibition space is once again the main site of Peckham 24 festival of contemporary photography, celebrating its third edition this year and running over the weekend of 18 to 20 May to coincide with Photo London – more than the 24 hours with which it launched and gave it its name. “Last year we were literally pushing people out of the door at midnight,” laugh the co-founders, Vivienne Gamble, whose Seen Fifteen gallery is in a nearby space, and artist Jo Dennis.
Reading Time: 3 minutes In a first for BJP we have partnered with the Hamburg Triennial of Photography this issue,…
Reading Time: 13 minutes Founded in 2012 by Swiss artist Benjamin Füglister, the Contemporary African Photography Prize aims “to raise the profile of African photography and encourage a rethinking of the image of Africa”. Open to photographers from anywhere in the world whose work engages with the African continent or its diaspora, it picks out five winners every year and shows their work at major photography festivals around the world. This year 800 photographers entered, of whom 25 have made it to the shortlist.