Two decades of the late American photographer’s work reflect on her passion for the performance of everyday spaces, and the ambiguity of human interference
In his upcoming book, Depravity’s Rainbow, the British photographer pieces together the life of Werhner Magnus Maximilian Freiherr von Braun; a Nazi rocket developer
400 photographs from Portrait of Humanity 2019 and 2020 are launched 130,000 feet into the stratosphere
The celestial body has fascinated the artist since childhood. A new book presents over two decades of work exploring it
With the IET International Engineering Photography Competition currently open for applications, we caught up with photographer Robert Ormerod to discuss the challenge and excitement of visualising space exploration.
“I thought it was a joke,” says Ezio D’Agostino, about the moment he learned of…
It took five years to even get through the front door, but eventually Redgrove gained access to some of NASA’s most iconic objects and spaces. Nine years in the making, the photographer reveals his latest project
Half a billion viewers around the world tuned in to watch the first moon landing.. 50 years later, a new exhibition traces photographic representations of the moon from the dawn of the medium to the present day
When Felicia Honkasalo’s grandfather passed away in 2009, he left behind boxes full of rocks and minerals, and stacks of notes, sketches, and fading photographs. “No one else in the family wanted them,” says Honkasalo, who never got the opportunity to meet her grandfather, “I was really intrigued by it all, but I didn’t really know what to do with it at first”.
Honkasalo’s debut book, Grey Cobalt, is an attempt to construct imagined memories of her grandfather, who was a metallurgist during the Cold War in Finland as well as an avid cosmologist. Published by Loose Joints, the book release accompanies an exhibition at the Webber Gallery in London, which will run till 15 February.