In Conversation with Tina Campt, on A Black Gaze: Performers Changing How We See

Reading through Time: 5 a few minutes The Brown University professor’s new book considers the task of contemporary Black artists and the command of their practise So what can we learn from reframing the understanding of a ‘gaze’? Known for her disruptive…

Christopher Anderson’s reflection on love, time and family revisited

Reading Time: two minutes “These photographs are not a documentation or story telling or even art. They are declarations of Love” Captain christopher Anderson’s latest book, SON, takes the form of the older series revisited. It is distinct from the photography for…

Female photographers across the Global Southerly reflect on the challenges they face

Reading Time: 8 minutes This informative article is printed in the recent issue of British Paper of Photography magazine, Activism & Protest, delivered immediate to you with an 1854 Subscription. Using the experiences of 22 women in 20 nations, a recent study…

Koral Carballo reimagines Black Philippine representation

Reading Time: 3 minutes This article is printed in the recent issue of British Record of Photography magazine, Activism & Protest, delivered direct to you with an 1854 Subscription. “I wanted to direct our photography towards questioning, toward an alternative narrative to…