New writing exploring diverse perspectives, examining how photography is produced, shared and understood today.
Rafal Milach, shortlisted for the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2018, speaks to Tom Seymour about his series Refusal
Photoworks Director, Shoair Mavlian, looks at Steve Macleod’s latest series, Hal, examining the topographics of the United Arab Emirates.
As part of our Ideas on Talent series, we spoke to Thom Bridge about the creation of his monthly peer forum, Fields/s and the importance of community for photographers.
Corinne Silva recently showed new works in the exhibition NEW: DEFENCE open 28 April 2018 at Coalhouse Fort, East Tilbury.
Mimi Mollica, founder of Offspring Photo Meet and a photographer in his own right, talks to us about the portfolio reviews, giving advice to photographers looking to get involved.
Belgian based photographer, Bruno V. Roels shares his analogue photography ahead of his show opening at Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York, 2018.
Ukrainian photographer Viacheslav Poliakov, talks to us ahead of the opening of Circulations Festival 2018, where his series ‘Lviv – God’s Will’ is on show.
We spoke to 2017 Foam Talent Winner, Mark Dorf about his series ‘Transposition’, the differences between nature and our urban landscapes and how he views his practice.
Arles Photo Festival 2017 New Discovery Awardee Ester Vonplon shares her works as part of our Ideas on Talent, aimed at emerging photographers.
We caught up with Qiana Mestrich to discuss her series ‘The Black Doll Series’ being shown as part of Photo 50 at London Art Fair, 2018.
Recent ING Unseen Talent Award winner, Andrea Grützner features on our Ideas on Talent series. We discuss how she came to photography, her approach to spaces and the difference between public and private.
Ahead of his first solo exhibition at The Truman Brewery, we spoke to Alexander Mourant about his photographic practice and his approach to the show.
For our next interview from our Ideas on Talent series, we spoke to Weronika Gesicka about her recent successes and exhibition at Foam Talent 2017.
This year’s edition of Photo 50 is ‘Resolution is Not the Point’, curated by Hemera Collective. We spoke to the photography collective about their ideas behind the selection.
We welcome Lee Stitt and his series ‘Grey Matter’, a body of work photographically investigating ideas behind musical stimuli and the intrinsic feelings stimulated by an affective musical response.
The top ten include interviews with Chris Littlewood on the challenges and perks of his role, John MacLean on his series ‘Hometowns’, and Dewi Lewis on the photobook world.
Nadav Kander discusses his latest series ‘Dark Line – The Thames Estuary’ showing at Flowers Gallery, London, December 2017.
Photographer and recent Gute Aussichten / New German Photography Award winner, Alexandra Polina, talks to us about her series ‘Masks, Myths and Subjects’.
Brighton Digital Festival and British Science Festival commissioned artist, Dominic Hawgood discusses his new virtual exhibition ‘Casting Out The Self’ for our Digital Encounters Ideas Series.
We spoke to Carlos Alba about his career so far, the creative process behind ‘The Observation of Trifles’ from book-dummy to publication, applying for awards and his tips for emerging photographers.
In the lead up to the launch of Matthew Finn’s publication ‘Mother’ this week at Rencontres d’Arles, we spoke to publisher Dewi Lewis about this latest publication, his career and what for him makes a great photobook.
Roger Ballen’s latest exhibition, which sees an abandoned house transformed into ‘The House of the Ballenesque’, opens later this week at Les Rencontres d’Arles. We spoke to the artist in the lead up to it’s opening.
Selected as one of the winners of the recent Offspring Photo Meet portfolio reviews, we caught up with Lewis Khan to talk about his project Love Time.
On the eve of Mike Mandel’s major exhibition at SFMOMA, we caught up to talk about his projects, approach and long term collaboration with Larry Sultan.
In the run up to Photo London, we caught up with Maisie Cousins to talk about her selected works on show during the fair.
Coinciding with an exhibition at Photo London and a solo exhibition at Webber Represents, we caught up with Thomas Albdorf to learn more about his work which looks at how the internet influences our perceptions of the world.
We catch up with Prix Pictet 2017 nominee Mandy Barker, to hear more about her ‘imperfectly known animals’.
We speak to curator and photographer, Tom Lovelace, about his curation of ‘At Home She’s a Tourist’, an exhibition focussing on eclectic approaches to domestic space, showing at Copeland Gallery 19 – 21 May, 2017.
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