Christopher Anderson’s reflection on love, time and family revisited

Reading Time: two minutes “These photographs are not a documentation or story telling or even art. They are declarations of Love” Captain christopher Anderson’s latest book, SON, takes the form of the older series revisited. It is distinct from the photography for…

Life Unfiltered: The Anonymous Project meets Martin Parr

Reading Time: 2 minutes Lee Shulman, founder of the project, discusses a new book blending Parr’s archive with the vintage slides he’s collected for almost half a decade  Lee Shulman first met Martin Parr in Arles. It was 2019, and Shulman was…

Paris, france Photo x Aperture Base Photobook Award 2021 those who win announced

Reading Time: 3 minutes Sasha Phyars-Burgess wins First Photobook; Photobook of the Year is honored to Muhammad Fadli; and Picture taking Catalogue of the Year to Russet Lederman and Olga Yatskevich. Vasantha Yogananthan receives a special mention It is a sun-drenched, November…

The prestigious Paris Photo profits for its 24th edition with a focus on emerging photographers and female artists

Reading Period: 3 minutes It is the first year the fair will host events at the new venue near the Eiffel Tower, the Grand Palais Éphémère “Paris Photo has developed in tandem using the photographic medium, ” the prestigious fair’s director, Florence…

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…

Ensemble: Marseille’s new home regarding independent publishing

Reading Period: 2 minutes Reduce Joints open a physical space for books, versions, events and exhibitions within the southern French city Ensemble , a space for books, versions, and photography, conceived associated with by Sarah Piegay Espenon and Lewis Chaplin associated with…

The Bristol-based festival dedicated to photobooks

Reading Time: < 1 minute The Publications on Photography festival comes back this year with over fifty publishers and a rich program of artist talks and events  “There is just something so tangible about the photobook, ” says Martin Parr, a famous…

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…

Carmen Winant investigates photography’s possible to teach us how to reside

Reading Time: 3 minutes Winant’s latest publication contemplates how we understand everything from the body to consciousness through ‘instructional photography’ Ohio-based artist Carmen Winant scours music shops, bookstores and garage area sales for instructional pictures. In her studio, a large number of…

Ten photobooks by emerging photographers to take note of

Reading Time: 8 minutes This article is printed in the latest issue of British Journal of Photography magazine, Ones to Watch, delivered direct for your requirements with an 1854 Subscription. These photobooks showcase the work of emerging photographers, students and recent graduates.…