Tate launches new publishing series with a quartet of photobooks exploring community and solidarity

Reading Time: 3 minutes Liz Johnson Artur, Sheba Chhachhi, Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen and Sabelo Mlangeni have all released titles, which each include a conversation between the photographer and a Tate curator Tate Publishing has introduced a new number of photography books – The…

Dayanita Singh revisits her earliest years as a photographer

Reading Time: < 1 minute The advent of Covid-19 incited the photographer to delve into her extensive archive spanning decades of work Dayanita Singh’s latest publication revisits her earliest years as a photographer. The advent of Covid-19 incited the photographer to delve…

Clément Chapillon’s latest book explores notions of solitude on the remote Greek island

Reading Time: < 1 minute This article is printed in the latest issue of Uk Journal of Photography mag: Ones to Watch. Join our community before 09 06 to secure this issue as part of your BJP Subscription.   Collectively, the images…

LaToya Ruby Frazier’s study associated with Flint’s water crisis

Reading Time: < 1 minute This article is printed within the latest issue of British Journal of Photography publication: Ones to Watch. Join our community before 09 06 to secure this issue as part of your BJP Subscription.   The photographer’s multi-layered,…

Photobooks by white male photographers provide the material for Justine Kurland’s new, radical syndication

Reading Time: 2 minutes The photographer reappropriated 150 titles from her photobook collection, creating collages confronting the continued prominence of white men in the photo world “His responses are entirely visceral, not cerebral; his intelligence is a mere device in the services…

Jessica Hines retraces her brother’s experiences, helping her approach his death

Reading Period: 2 minutes “As I grapple with what happened, I hope that the project enables the viewer a more seductive encounter and insight into the particular aftermath of war” Jessica Hines was a child when her sibling Gary went to war.…

Abdo Shanan’s debut book is definitely an excavation of the artist’s experience of identity and belonging

Reading Time: < 1 minute This article is printed within the latest issue of Uk Journal of Photography journal: Ones to Watch. Join our community before 09 06 to secure this issue as part of your BJP Subscription.   “I want to…

Gerry Badger on redefining British documentary photography

Reading Time: 3 minutes Page 216, ‘Youth on a Wall, Jarrow, Tyneside’, 1976 © Chris Killip. All Rights Set aside. In his new book, author, critic and curator Gerry Badger, explores how documentary photographers have depicted Britain’s interpersonal and cultural history because…

Erica Reade photographs lovers upon New York’s beaches

Reading through Time: 2 minutes “People of all backgrounds plus identities descend upon the particular city’s shores, and for a couple of hours, they shed the layers and masks that this town so often requires us to wear” “ Beach Lovers began…

Go through the dreamscapes of Sean Lotman’s latest book

Reading through Time: 4 a few minutes All images © Sean Lotman.   Made over the course of almost 15 years in 20 nations, Lotman’s book invites all of us to choose our own adventure Sean Lotman wants to take us on…