Exploring self-presentation and gender representation, Fosso was awarded the £30,000 prize for the retrospective Samuel Fosso at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris
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As nominations pour in for Laura Poitras’ All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, Daisy Woodward speaks to the film’s director about shame, bravery, and Goldin’s life in activism
The significance of Black American studio photography has largely been neglected from the medium’s history. An exhibition at the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) endeavours to challenge that, exploring the development and influence of these artists’ work throughout the medium’s first century of existence to the present day.
The pioneering contemporary self-portraitist reflects on his life’s work as a major, touring retrospective of his work opens in Huis Marseille this month.
Presenting three decades of work, Miro Kuzmanovic’s self-published monograph addresses the legacy of the conflicts in former Yugoslavia, and how they have affected contemporary national identity
The Ukrainian photographer’s latest body of work, Time of the Phoenix, is now on display at Wembley Park, London
For the past 11 years, our Ones to Watch platform seeks out new, emerging talent from all over the world. In the years that follow, our selected talents have continued to grow their careers, taking an array of different paths. Following on from part 1 last week, today we feature former nominees Jim Mortram, Sipho Gongxeka, Karolina Wojtas and Spandita Malik, who discuss their career highlights, challenges and lessons learned so far.
From Collier Schorr’s latest publication to a mini-monograph charting Samuel Fosso’s life and work, we round up the recently-released publications to take note of
The Polish photographer’s work is often rooted in the political and social landscape of her home country