Developed in his bathroom, Ones To Watch winner Vic Bakin’s images offer nostalgia in a time of war
Over almost a decade, the photojournalist has documented life in Ukraine – now a new exhibition in London brings together her images of war, protest and resilience
In 2022, Katerina Motylova’s debut photobook, Loss, was shortlisted for the Paris Photo/Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Award. Here she discusses the work – and what conflict in Ukraine has cost her
Travelling to Ukraine in autumn last year, Christopher Nunn photographed the abandoned homes, schools and buildings traumatised by the Russian war
Last autumn, Odesa Photo Days Festival ran the Photographic Storytelling Mentoring Programme, empowering young artists to document how the war has affected their lives. The 40 projects tell stories of trauma, displacement, resilience and hope
Growing up in a small town in Eastern Croatia, Matej Jurčević has watched the community transform as the new generation moves away to seek opportunities in Europe. He photographs the spaces and memories they leave behind.
The Ukrainian photographer’s latest body of work, Time of the Phoenix, is now on display at Wembley Park, London
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.
In early 2022, photography duo Jean-Marc Caimi and Valentina Piccinni travelled to Ukraine to document a nation preparing for war. What they didn’t know then was that these ordinary people would be putting their newly learned skills to the test just weeks later
Speaking from Lviv, Neville shares his experience of the war in recent days and the reasons for making his latest book, Stop Tanks with Books, about the lives of Ukrainian people