Zanele Muholi: Art and activism

Reading Time: 16 minutes We revisit an interview with the visual activist ahead of their first major survey in Germany opening at Gropius Bau Everything about Zanele Muholi’s art is political. The aesthetic – the colours, the composition, the light – is…

Rene Matić: “This book is where I’ve come from”

Reading through Time: 5 mins This article is published in the latest issue of British Journal of Photography magazine, Activism & Demonstration, delivered direct to you with the 1854 Membership. Far taken out of the patriotic flag-waving that will lays claim to…

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…

Ones to Watch 2021: Rehab Eldalil

Reading Time: several minutes Each year, British Journal associated with Photography presents its   Ones To Watch – a selection of 20 emerging image-makers, chosen from a list of nearly 450 selections. Collectively, they provide a home window into where photography is…

Melanie Issaka investigates the actual physical and conceptual nature of Blackness

Reading Time: 3 minutes In the girl three-part graduate series, Issaka navigates multiple notions associated with Blackness, while seeking out a space for self identification  Is race a physical phenomenon, or even something ultimately indefinable? It can be easy to define race…

The Ampersand/Photoworks Fellowship winner is certainly announced

Reading Time: < 1 minute Johny Pitts, the recipient of the particular fellowship, will create a new body of work showing on Black Britishness by means of its myriad manifestations over the UK “[The work] may reflect upon Black Britishness – its…