On Friday, 23 June 2016, the United Kingdom awoke as a nation starkly divided.
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The Carmignac photojournalism Award funds an emerging photographer to visit areas of the world where human rights and freedom of speech are violated.
“In my latest solo show I explore what, in an era of intense virtualization, remains real. Is what we see really what we get?” L. B.
Modern cities are incommensurable places, and the challenges of representing them only increases with their size. Exhausting the myriad possibilities of a city like London is surely impossible, nothing
The Wapping Project Bankside is pleased to announce Estonian photographer, Alexander Gronsky’s first exhibition with the gallery. Gronsky’s Pastoral series of large format photographs of Moscow’s suburban areas are reminiscent
Russian Criminal Tattoo Police Files is a selection of photographs of Russian prisoners tattoos collected by Arkady Bronnikov between the mid-1960s and mid-1980s.
Photomonth is back and bubbling over with brilliant images celebrating photography in galleries and venues across East London. Since 2001 the festival…
Photofusion is pleased to present the first UK show of photographer Isabelle Pateer. The exhibition will show her most recent documentary project “Unsettled”, which Isabelle has been working on since
A phenomenon unique in this part of the world, I am often intrigued by how the squatters were portrayed on the mainstream media. Coming from a place where squatting is
The new cultural tendencies of the nineties in a London recounted in the images of twenty-four young authors.
Writer(s): Caio Guardigli, Chiara Berlinzani, Danila Comastri Montanari, Enrico Frascati, Loriano Macchiavelli, Luigi Di Napoli, Marcello Fois, Massimiliano Griner, Massimo Vassallo, Renato Nicolé, Roberto Moroni, Stefano Massaron