Portrait of Britain Vol. four Shortlist Announced

Reading Period: 2 minutes Image © Caitlin Chescoe, Portrait of Britain 2021 Shortlist.   The two hundred portraits capture the continuous strength and resilience from the nation, and ‘need pertaining to genuine human connection’ The past two years will be remembered for…

Paola Jiménez Quispe wins the feminine in Focus 2021 prize in the Stories Category

Reading Time: 3 minutes The series comprises archival images, unpublished works from her late father, and reflections on loss and mourning Paola Jiménez Quispe was just five years of age when her father was murdered and found in a vehicle. He left…

Presenting 1854’s Fast Track Vol. 2 winners: Kelly-Ann Bobb, Tayla Nebesky, and Hiro Tanaka

Reading Time: several minutes 1854’s FastTrack programme encourages unsigned talent in the commercial world. Here, three winners talk about their practices, reflecting on autonomy, intimacy, and playfulness Calling the double island state of Trinidad and Tobago home, Kelly-Ann Bobb originally studied medicine,…

Environment Resilience: Ciril Jazbec upon documenting a hopeful potential

Reading Time: 3 or more minutes The Slovenian image-maker, a winner of last year’s Decade of Change , stresses the significance of collaborative, solution-based environmental photography  As someone who was raised in the foot of the Slovenian Alps, Ciril Jazbec has constantly…

Jodie Bateman wins the Female within Focus 2021 award within the Stories Category

Reading Time: 3 minutes In Jodie Bateman’s My Hijab Has a Voice: Revisited , the performer engages in a heartfelt exploration of the lived experiences of Muslim women. Staging very little and her younger cousin in poses that imitate historical paintings known…

Introducing 1854’s Fast Track Vol. 2 winners: Tom Marshak, Caitlin Chescoe, Alexander Komenda

Reading Time: 3 mins 1854’s FastTrack programme stimulates unsigned talent in the commercial sphere. Here, three of this year’s winners discuss the methods, including their attention to the particular everyday, the honesty of community, and the playfulness from the camera Tom Marshak…

Introducing 1854’s Fast Track Vol. 2 winners: Ulas & Merve, Sophie Jane Stafford and Nadaud Aïcha Fall

Reading Time: 4 a few minutes 1854’s FastTrack open up call promotes unsigned skill in the commercial sphere. Here, all of us meet three of this year’s winners: from celebrating Black experiences to having fun in front of the lens, they discuss…

Va Hanusik on changing the particular visual narrative of weather change

Reading Time: 3 minutes In response to the proliferation of disaster symbolism following events such as Storm Katrina, Hanusik, one of survive year’s Decade of Shift winners, has spent 7 years documenting the landscaping and architecture of Southerly Louisiana, showing how much…

Presenting 1854’s Fast Track Vol. 2 winners: Jessica Ledwich, Leslie Richman and Samira Saidi

Reading Time: 4 minutes 1854’s FastTrack programme promotes fresh, unsigned talent in the commercial sphere. Three of this year’s winners discuss mental wellness, memory and visualising psychological experiences The 39-year-old Jessica Ledwich describes her visual style as filled with, “super-saturated, lush and…