- Jerwood/Photoworks Awards events programme
Alongside Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 2020, a programme of events will take place. The programme includes an exciting range of artist talks, a series of tours with Photoworks and Jerwood curators and a professional development workshop.
- Now open: Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 2020
New photographic commissions by artists Silvia Rosi and Theo Simpson are now on show as part of the Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 2020 at Jerwood Arts, London. The exhibition continues until 8 March 2020.
- Photoworks and Ampersand Foundation 2020 residency announced
Photoworks are pleased to partner with the Ampersand Foundation to offer a new residency opportunity for lens-based artists, running from February to June 2020 for this inaugural edition.
- #5 Architecture – John Divola
John Divola – Vandalism
Text by Mark Rawlinson
- #5 Architecture – Andrea Gruetzner
Andrea Gruetzner’s abstract architectural series Hive are shown here as part of #5 Architecture. Gruetzner shares her process, inspirations and what’s next.
- #5 Architecture – Dead Ends
Text by Claudia Lynch
- #5 Architecture – Archive Annual Issue 15
British Litter Bins 1950-66
Text by Ian Leith
- #5 Architecture – Sybren Vanoverberghe
Ghent-based photographer Sybren Vanoverberghe discusses his series Conference of the Birds. His work functions as an analysis of the correlation between place and time and is part of #5 Architecture.
- #5 Architecture – Mauro Restiffe
Mauro Restiffe – Architecture as Document
Text by Raquel Villar-Pérez
Ten popular articles from 2019
With the end of 2019 in sight, we thought this a good time to look back at the past twelve months and put together a selection of favourite articles from 2019. Including articles from five of our online issues of Photography+, featuring Liz Johnson Artur, René Burri, Michael Danner, John Divola, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Vinca Petersen, Barbara Probst amongst others.
Instagram takeover: Ursula Schulz-Dornburg
To coincide with Ursula Schulz-Dornburg first major retrospective in France at the Maison european de la Photographie in December 2019, we invited her to share her works on our Instagram takeover. With a career spanning more than five decades, Schulz-Dornburg’s work explores the complex relationship between the built environment and the landscape.
Instagram takeover: Anouk Kruithof
Anouk Kruithof’s work has been included in group exhibitions at renowned institutions such as FOAM, the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and the Museum of Modern Art in New York and this week, she will take over our platform to share her work.