Cedrine Scheidig explores notions of home, place, and the Afro-Caribbean diaspora

Reading Time: 3 minutes Each year, British Journal of Photography presents its Ones To Watch – a selection of emerging image-makers, chosen from a list of nearly 450 nominations. Collectively, these 15 talents provide a window into where photography is heading, at least…

Fun and games: Dominik Wojciechowski’s The particular Castle uses visual humour to make sense of house life

Reading Time: 3 minutes © Dominik Wojciechowski “For me, the whole process was like putting a stick into a good anthill and confronting my loved ones trauma, ” the Shine photographer says. A cupboard crammed full of chairs is one of the…

Attention Mama: a space for photography mothers to share their lockdown experience

Reading Time: 4 minutes This article is without a doubt printed in the latest issue of British Journal associated with Photography magazine, themed Home, delivered direct to you with the 1854 Subscription, or available to purchase on the BJP shop .  …

For the Record: Ukrainian photographer Igor Chekachkov on identity in crisis

Reading Time: 3 minutes Chekachkov is currently working in Lviv as a fixer, helping the international press document the crisis. As the war between Ukraine and Russia prevails, the photographer reflects on the shifting state of identity “When I first started photography,…

Teju Cole collates musings on the everyday and an exploration of image context and space in his new book

Reading Time: 6 minutes This article is printed in the latest issue of British Journal of Photography magazine, themed Home, delivered direct to you with an 1854 Subscription, or available to purchase on the BJP shop.  In the tense weeks leading up…

Alba Zari investigates cults in an attempt to understand her family’s past the controversial sect that recruited them

Reading Time: 5 minutes All images © Alba Zari. This article will be printed in the upcoming issue of British Journal of Photography magazine, themed Home, delivered direct to you with an 1854 Subscription. When Alba Zari was four years old, she…

Guy Bolongaro captures the chaotic delights of family playtime

Reading Time: 3 minutes Bolongaro collaborates with his wife and two children on his first book, Gravity Begins at Home Traditionally, the nuclear family has been taken to consist of two married parents of opposite genders and their biological child or children.…

Mimi Plumb unearths the darker side of the Golden City, San Francisco

Reading Time: 5 minutes All images © Mimi Plumb, 2021. Thanks to Stanley/Barker After living in the city because the 80s, Plumb’s new publication gathers snapshots of strolls around the neighbourhood as the girl grappled with the unsettling disillusionment and shortcomings of…