What are you looking at?
Photographers, editors and curators tell us what they’re currently looking at by putting together a showcase of work by emerging and established image makers.
Article 7 September 2015
Ideas Series: Intervening to make us notice: Paint and Ink and the Photographic Image
By Helen Cammock
I was always entranced by the photographic image: what an image meant to me – what I imagined it meant to others – what it told us of a scene, a people, a life – and, by omission as much as inclusion, it often endorsed.
Article 22 August 2015
Ideas Series Essay: Arrivals ’63
The waiting.today website expands on Jason Larkin’s images from our recently published photobook ‘Waiting’ with texts exploring global notions of the same theme. Here Nana Ocran replays the airport scene where her parents are re-united after months of waiting.