Phyllis Christopher chronicles ’90s San Francisco’s lesbian community within party and protest

Reading Time: 3 moments To come out was to risk one’s job, children, and protection. For these communities, “the party was the victory” “This era decided to party as tough as we were protesting, ” says photographer Phyllis Christopher of her time…

An artist animates the relationship between ocean and the internet

Reading Time: 3 moments Andy Sewell’s photobook Identified and Strange Things Complete reminds us how significantly enmeshed contemporary life and the digital world are Andy Sewell’s photobook Identified and Strange Things Move opens, very literally, with a splash: a good abstract image…

The New Woman Behind the Camera

Reading Time: a few minutes The Metropolitan Museum associated with Art’s latest photography exhibition, closing this Sunday, provides the overlooked contributions associated with over 120 female professional photographers from 20 different nations “And in the beginning, they will thought I was just…

The newest Centre de Photographie de Mougins opens its inaugural show, presenting the work associated with Isabel Muñoz

Reading Period: 3 minutes It is the first time the Spanish photographer will show the result of her period spent with yakuzas within Japan, in France The Provençal village of Mougins in the south of France is known as the place where…

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…

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…

Searching back: Dawoud Bey engages history

Reading Time: 3 minutes In his first retrospective in 25 years, Dawoud Bey engages with African American background: reimaging and visualising facets of a persecuted past that extends to the present Born in 1953 in A queen, New York, Dawoud Bey’s career…