Triennial of Photography Hamburg earnings with the theme of Foreign currency

Reading Time: 5 minutes The eighth release of the festival is described by Koyo Kuouh, that has created a space to discuss how the ubiquity of imagery is changing the way we think and behave “I desired to explore how photography –…

What we saw at Photo London 2022

Reading Time: 3 minutes As the UK’s largest photography festival begins at Somerset House, Billy Barraclough captures an early morning at the fair, and we round-up some of highlights Frank Horvat (1928-2021) believed that will photography was a miracle. According to his…

Peckham 24 is back with a plan that blurs the ranges between the real and imagined

Reading Time: two minutes © Valeria Cherchi. This year, the festival expands beyond its annual house in Copeland Park, showcasing an exhibition at South London Gallery and a “very small book fair” below Peckham Rye’s railway curve Returning to South East Greater…

TRACE launches mentorship programme for ladies photographers over the age of 35

Reading Time: 2 a few minutes © Haley Morris-Cafiero Haley Morris-Cafiero discusses the launch from the year-long scheme, and exactly why she hopes it will achieve “people who, for whatever reason, haven’t had a seat at the table” A new artist-led curation…

An Invincible Summer: Fotografia Europea returns with a programme concentrating on resistance and metamorphosis

Reading through Time: 3 moments The festival opens this particular weekend in the Italian associated with Reggio Emilia, featuring exhibitions by Mary Ellen Mark, Ken Grant, Carmen Winant, Hoda Afshar, Guanyu Xu and more “In the midst of winter, I found there…

Zula Rabikowska’s luminescent images explore gender identity in the shadow of the Iron Curtain

Reading through Time: 3 moments The Polish photographer looks at the contradictions of life in the former Eastern Bloc, before the war in Ukraine changed everything In summer time 2021, the Polish-born, London-based photographer Zula Rabikowska journeyed across Central and Eastern Europe,…

Robbie Lawrence’s Northern Diary is a homecoming in pictures

Reading Time: 2 mins The particular Edinburgh-born photographer’s exhibition draws together three Scotland-based projects, offering a snapshot of life in post-Brexit Scotland When Robbie Lawrence began discussing ideas for an exhibition with Ben Harman – director of Stills in Edinburgh –  the…

Research of winter grounds Vanessa Winship’s latest exhibition and book

Reading Time: 5 minutes Reflections  on lack, agency, and change  weave through  Winship’s quiet, observational images “I appear to be asked to go to places during winter, ” says Vanessa Winship, reflecting on the works gathered in her new exhibit,   The…