Anders Edström chronicles the nuances of daily life, love plus loss

Reading Time: 5 minutes His new 756-page story book explores the home life in a remote Japan village that may soon be gone Inside 1992, Swedish photographer Anders Edstr ö m travelled to the remote Japanese village of Shiotani for the first…

Emile Ducke on photographing Russia’s attempt to defend its quickly melting Arctic border

Reading Time: 4 mins Climate change is eating away at the frozen Frosty Ocean, destroying what has historically been a protective barrier to Russia’s Far North. On assignment designed for The New You are able to Times, Ducke travelled to one of…

Dee Dwyer on the importance of real historical representation

Reading Time: 5 minutes This article is printed in the latest issue of British Journal of Photography journal, Activism & Protest, shipped direct to you with an 1854 Subscription. For the past half 10 years, Dee Dwyer has noted the ongoing protests…

Robin Friend photographs the Man Fawkes Night celebrations in Lewes, while exploring the particular fragility of today’s sociable frameworks

Reading Time: 3 minutes The annual Bonfire celebrations are captured in dark monochrome, because they link to the greater narrative associated with British existence In the monotony of program and repetitive narratives associated with tradition, the extraordinary facets of our surroundings often…

A tale on Oil, Pollution and Racism: Tommaso Rada explores the environmental woes of Brazil’s Quilombola

Reading Time: 4 minutes This post is printed in the best and newest issue of British Academic journal of Photography magazine, Activism & Protest, delivered direct to you with an 1854 Subscription. Near Salvador, the capital associated with Bahia state, an tropical…

Rosalind Fox Solomon documents individuals caught in the throes of the past

Reading Time: 5 minutes This article is printed in the latest issue of British Journal of Photography magazine, Activism & Protest, delivered direct for you with an 1854 Subscription. The American photographer’s new guide, The Forgotten , trials an organic hierarchy of…

Va Hanusik on changing the particular visual narrative of weather change

Reading Time: 3 minutes In response to the proliferation of disaster symbolism following events such as Storm Katrina, Hanusik, one of survive year’s Decade of Shift winners, has spent 7 years documenting the landscaping and architecture of Southerly Louisiana, showing how much…

Thiago Dezan wins the EyeEm Photographer of the Year Award

Reading Time: 4 minutes The Brazilian photographer’s most recent project documents drug trafficking in Michoacán, Mexico, and caught the judges attention Annually, EyeEm selects a standout photographer to present with the EyeEm Photographer of the Year Award from hundreds of entries from…

Restless creativity and urgent storytelling: The uncanny documentary portraiture of Jeremy Snell

Reading Time: 3 moments “There are always smaller tales, ” says Snell, whose surreal and restless portraiture is rooted in street photography. To coincide with Portrait of Humanity 2022, Snell  – who was among the single image winners in 2020 – discusses…

Aline Deschamps celebrates the resilience of brave migrant females who have escaped an harassing labour system

Reading Time: 4 minutes The work condemns the abusive kafala system in Lebanon, exactly where women from Sierra Leone are recruited through an individual trafficking network We take up an era where the fragility of human life is more visible than ever.…