HYBRIDS: “We are witnessing the forging of new realities”

Reading Time: 2 moments   The Amsterdam-based festival showcases artistic experimentation when confronted with hybridisation and change  How are artists navigating the changing global landscape, and what stories are they telling in this ” new world “? Organised in collaboration with the…

Peckham24 is back this weekend with a physical programme featuring function exploring acts of demonstration and activism

Reading Period: 4 minutes This article is printed in the latest issue of Uk Journal of Photography magazine, Ones to Watch, delivered immediate to you with an 1854 Subscription. Headline displays include the work of Asa Johannesson, the Archive of Public Protests…

Cao Fei wins Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2021

Reading Time: several minutes As the artist scoops the £30, 000 reward for her solo exhibition, Blueprint , we all revisit an article in which she reflects on her life and practice Cao Fei (曹斐) was born in Guangzhou, Tiongkok, two years…

Partying the jubilant moments associated with Notting Hill Carnival

Reading through Time: 2 minutes The annual celebration attracts over two million individuals from a diverse, international background. In its absence, a new show presents its festivities by way of a markedly Black British zoom lens To coincide with what will be…

Uwa Iduozee journeys from Finland to Nigeria, unspooling the particular hopes and dreams of initial generation immigrants

Reading Time: 4 minutes A cooperation with writer Maryan Abdulkarim, the work is, ultimately, regarding presence and the act associated with belonging “Thank you for your fearlessness” reads the final line of the project text. “And for the sacrifices you made for…

Showing on the complexities of a father-daughter relationship

Reading Time: 3 minutes In her latest publication, Justine Kurland’s intimate black-and-white photographs sit down alongside her late father’s still life paintings. The meditation on “psychic energy dynamics, ” as she describes it Life is messy. The problematic coexists with the visionary.…

The particular pioneering legacy of Inge Morath

Reading Time: 5 minutes On the twentieth anniversary of the Inge Morath Award, Sumeja Tulic demonstrates on the photographer’s brilliance plus perseverance in what remains the male-dominated industry and her influence on generations of photographers since In 2002, following Inge Morath’s (1923–2002)…

Brea Souders challenges what we expect a photograph to be

Reading Time: 3 minutes In her debut monograph, Souders has with the elasticity of picture taking to conjure vibrant new energy in a medium usually restrained by tradition “There is always absence. We have gaps in our understanding and perception. That lack…

Jo Ractliffe’s documentation of apartheid was distinct

Reading Period: 6 minutes On the last weekend of the photographer’s first survey exhibition, Ractliffe reflects on her approach to photographing South Africa during apartheid’s later years The South African photographer and videographer Jo Ractliffe came to photography amid the warmth of…

Living after displacement: Rich Wiles’ four year collaboration using the al-Hindawi family

Reading Period: 3 minutes Re-worked family members archive photograph. © Rich Wiles/al-Hindawi family. “At its cardiovascular, this exhibition is a tale of family, ” says Wiles. “Photography is not just something which is done by ‘photographers’. These types of pictures are part…