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…

Lewis Achiampong disrupts his loved ones archive to illustrate the particular proliferation of homogenising racism in popular culture

Reading through Time: 3 minutes As a child, Achiampong was disturbed by the golliwog mascot on Robertson’s jam packaging. Their ongoing series of collages help remind us of this harmful background, and how it permeates modern culture Back in 2007, Lewis Achiampong…

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…