Cole Flynn Quirke memorialises the particular formative years of his early-20s

Reading Time: 3 minutes Quirke’s latest project marks his departure in the carefree years of early adulthood In literature, TV, and film, coming-of-age is commonly associated with the late-teens, and the growth that is experienced in this transition through childhood to adulthood.…

1854 Presents: Anastasia Samoylova in the multiple lives of Fl

Reading Time: < 1 minute “It’s about where the road leads you” Exploring environmentalism, consumerism and the picturesque, Russian-born, America-based Anastasia Samoloyva profits with new work exploring the Floridian Peninsula. Entrusted in partnership with MPB , Shoot the Follow up; Then and…

The women photographers bringing nuance towards the way COVID-19 is being covered

Reading Time: five minutes Photo: © De Lovie. To coincide with Female in Focus 2021 , BJP hears through The Journal : a global collective compounding more than 400 women professional photographers documenting their lives throughout the coronavirus pandemic Numerous studies in…

Swiss architect Philippe Rahm discovers an universality of humankind through infrared imaging

Reading Time: 3 moments A series of thermal portraits associated with friends and acquaintances catch a commonality in an entire world plunged into a pandemic Once the Swiss architect, Philippe Rahm, first used a thermographic camera during a project for an ecological,…

A shared understanding: Dawoud Bey’s Street Portraits

Reading Time: 2 minutes Street Portraits, published by MACK, collates images created by Bey between 1988 and 1991, capturing the individuality and complexity of Black American life For too long, monolithic archetypes have characterised the Black experience. The USis a country composed…

The therapeutic potential of photography

Reading Time: 8 minutes Becky Warnock, Marie Smith, and Daniel Regan discuss the importance of process and collaboration, and what makes the camera an effective medium in visualising the invisible Creativity can have a positive impact on one’s mental health. Never has…

Business Insights: Ron Haviv for the changing landscape of disagreement photography

Reading Time: 5 minutes Photo: © Ron Haviv/VII Photo. Through cutting through the oversaturated picture market to combating false news, the renowned discord photographer and Emmy-nominated filmmaker discusses how the role – and risks – associated with photojournalism continue to shift in…

Honest Portraits: In Search of Representational Proper rights

Reading Time: 6 minutes A new publication explores issues surrounding the portrayal of incarcerated individuals in the United States’ justice program “Prisons systematically dehumanise the imprisoned, ” writes Hatty Nestor in her new book Ethical Portraits – Looking for Representational Justice .…

1854 Presents: Garrett Grove on the poetics of America

Reading Time: < one minute Returning to discuss their new work, Grove explores how his project hopes to bridge the gaps of a divided nation One of the two professional photographers chosen for S hoot the Sequel: Then and Now The united…

Donna Ferrato: A Handmaid’s Story

Reading Time: 8 minutes The election of Donald Trump incited  Ferrato in order to revisit her archive. Within the next four years, the lady created Holy. A syndication comprising five decades associated with documentation on the oppression, struggling and strength of women,…