One particular sister becomes another’s day job

Reading Time: three or more minutes Liv Liberg was 10 years old when the lady began photographing her young sister. The activity became a 15-year collaboration: a compelling series of images that reflect the sisters’ ever-evolving relationship The bond between sisters, no…

A new exhibition asks, how do humanity get here? And how may it progress?

Reading Period: 4 minutes The Horizon is Moving Nearer, from Bienal Fotografia do Porto, brings together series from many photographers. Collectively, their work commentates on the critical issues shaping contemporary life and considers how we may solve them The Horizon is Moving…

Yvon Chabrowski’s new exhibition subverts the gallery screen

Reading Time: < 1 minute   With multiple projects displayed, Chabrowski produces a borderline space of video clip and sculpture  For nearly half a century, the particular screen has been the primary technology used when displaying relocating images within the gallery. Television…

Dark waters: Nadav Kander’s marine rumniations

Reading Time: < 1 minute The professional photographers ongoing response to the lake Thames is on display on Estuary 2021 Now in its second version, the multi-disciplinary arts celebration Estuary does not take place in one location, or even in a single…

Bristol Photo Festival: building a regular legacy

Reading Time: 3 minutes Director Tracy Marshall-Grant gives insight into ones year-long festival, and its should nurture a new cultural networking and celebrate the fields of the port city Bristol is an associated with networks. From the global ocean going history to…

Wonder Harris wins MACK 1st Book Award 2021

Reading Period: < 1 minute Inner Journey is really a raw and introspective characterization of Harris’ experience as an autistic, non-binary, transgender performer, tracing their struggles along with mental illness, self-love and gender identity “Growing upward, I did not know I had…

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,…

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 .…

Tomaso Clavarino turns his gaze to nature and the quieter moments found in his home in the Italian countryside

Reading through Time: 2 mins Through closely observing the particular nuances of the environment close to him, the photographer expresses the tensions and emotion that defined his lockdown experience Bathed in the happy light of golden hour, the pictures in Tomaso Clavarino’s…