Koral Carballo reimagines Black Philippine representation

Reading Time: 3 minutes This article is printed in the recent issue of British Record of Photography magazine, Activism & Protest, delivered direct to you with an 1854 Subscription. “I wanted to direct our photography towards questioning, toward an alternative narrative to…

Nona Faustine unpacks the dark and hidden history of Wall structure Street

Reading Time: 2 minutes This informative article is printed in the most recent issue of British Log of Photography magazine, Activism & Protest, delivered immediate to you with an 1854 Subscription. In her new book, titled White Shoes, Faustine photographs herself at…

Carla Liesching critically examines South Africa’s colonial past and the imagery and mythology of the ‘world of whiteness’

Reading Time: 3 a few minutes The photographer’s new reserve, Good Hope, draws upon archival imagery and textual content to build a layered plus fragmented narrative “South Africa’s Cabo da Boa Esperança  – the Cape of Good Hope – was called in…

A brand new exhitbion highlights the links between race, colonialism, and environment change

Reading Time: 2 minutes The group exhibit offers an alternative perspective within the climate crisis by emphasising the unheard voices of the southern hemisphere On the isle of Vieques, Puerto Vasto, a scattering of palm trees populate the landscape. From 1941 to…

Types To Watch 2021: Tayo Adekunle

Reading Time: two minutes Each year, British Record of Photography presents its   Ones To Watch – an array of 20 emerging image-makers, selected from a list of over 450 nominations. This artist can also be one of five talents selected for…