The 2023 programmed holds space for Odessa Photo Days and Month of Photography Minsk for a second year both of which cannot take place domestically due to war and oppression
Mendez and Kaplan win in the Environment category with their project Miruku, while Martins is named Photographer of the Year
Commissioned by WaterAid and 1854/British Journal of Photography as part of the WaterAid Climate Commission, the storytelling duo blend their distinct styles to create a nuanced portrait of the situation
Commissioned by WaterAid and 1854/British Journal of Photography, Chow spent 16 days living on a boat, documenting how the water crisis is affecting communities on Southeast Asia’s largest freshwater lake
Commissioned by WaterAid and 1854/British Journal of Photography as part of the WaterAid Climate Commission, Wata Na Life captures communities banding together in the face of an increasingly volatile climate
Mendez & Kaplan to investigate the impact of climate change in Colombia in a new collaboration between WaterAid and 1854
A new commission by WaterAid and 1854 will see Ngadi Smart explore Freetown’s complex water supply problems and what it’s young people are doing about it.
In collaboration with 1854/British Journal of Photography, WaterAid is commissioning three new photographic projects exploring the ways in which the climate crisis is obstructing people’s basic rights to clean water, decent sanitation and personal hygiene — especially in some of the world’s poorest countries.
On this day ten years ago, the UN recognised clean water and sanitation as a human right, but one in ten people still lack access. Wateraid commissioned 10 visual artists from the global south to respond to this issue
“I never imagined I would see those families again,” says Jenny Lewis of the newborns…