New writing exploring diverse perspectives, examining how photography is produced, shared and understood today.
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.
As part of our Ideas Series, ‘Girl on Girl’ writer, Charlotte Jansen looks at women in photography using themselves and the female body to redefine gender roles.
Ahead of the launch of the Marilyn Stafford FotoReportage Award in partnership with FotoDocument, we spoke to Marilyn about her hopes for the award.
Photographer, John MacLean talks about his series ‘Hometowns’, the role of collaboration in the creation of his work and his process throughout this series.
Richard Mosse talks about his latest project, Incoming, which uses a weapons-grade camera to photograph refugees and migrants as they journey across the Middle East, North Africa and Europe.
For our latest Ideas Series interview we spoke to gallerist Chris Littlewood, from Flowers Gallery about the challenges and perks of his role.
We caught up with Jerwood/Photoworks Award winner, Matthew Finn, about his practice and future plans, a two years on from winning.
Highlights include interviews with Murray Ballard discussing The Prospect of Immortality, Lorenzo Vitturi, on his working process and Juno Calypso, as part of our talent development series.
Ideas on Talent is our series aimed at talent development in young and emerging photographers. We spoke to photographer Federico Claravino for our latest installment.
We spoke to photographer, Ewen Spencer, about his project ‘Kick over the statues’, commissioned by Photoworks and Fabrica for Brighton Photo Biennial 2016.
We spoke with Marta Zgierska about her series ‘Post’, a project based on fears and the harsh reality of trauma experienced first hand.
‘Inside Out Upside Down’ opens at The Photographers’ Gallery November 11 and is guest curated by Wandering Bears. We spoke to the creative trio about the upcoming show.
Lewis Bush examines the archive of Cafe Royal Books and its function in the current arena of photobooks.
Taken from our latest Photoworks Annual Issue 23 titled ‘Self-styled’, Ben Fountain looks at the works of Leah Gordon in relation to our Biennial themes.
Photographer, Inge Trienekens speaks to us about getting her work seen, the issues explored by her practice and what’s coming next.
U.S based photographer, Frances F. Denny speaks about her series and publication, ‘Let Virtue Be Your Guide’ and latest works, ‘Pink Crush’ as part of our Ideas on Talent series.
Photographer, Jack Latham, speaks to us about his latest series and new publication ‘Sugar Paper Theories’.
Paper Journal are presenting an exhibition of works by former contributors at Webber Represents Gallery during September 2016, to celebrate their third birthday. We spoke to founder and editor, Patricia Karallis about the forthcoming show.
We spoke to Juno Calypso, 2016 Foam Talent Winner, as part of our Talent Development series, discussing her process, the balance of making work, and what’s next for her.
Cristina de Middel, documentary photographer turned artist spoke to us about her process of making work, how she sees the world, and what’s next for her.
Trine Stephensen, photographer and founder of ‘The Plantation Journal’ talks to us about the history of the journal and how she came to curating.
An excerpt from FOLK, by Aaron Schuman, published by NB
We spoke to photographer and sculptor, Lorenzo Vitturi, about the role of gentrification and urban transformation in his work and how he explores these themes.
Every photographer within Magnum Photos has been invited to select an image from their archive and to reflect upon how the photographic concept of the decisive moment influences their practice.
Phil Toledano talks to us about his projects dealing with personal themes and family relationships
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