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Photoworks commissioned articles about photography written by professionals from within and beyond the artworld.
Photoworks began as the Cross Channel Photographic Mission in collaboration with the French CRP/Centre régional de la photographie des Hauts-de-France.
“Well, we must wait for the future to show.” ― Virginia Woolf, To the Lighthouse
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 Series, ‘Girl on Girl’ writer, Charlotte Jansen looks at women in photography using themselves and the female body to redefine gender roles.
For our latest Ideas Series interview we spoke to gallerist Chris Littlewood, from Flowers Gallery about the challenges and perks of his role.
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.
‘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 Photoworks Annual issue 22, Lucy Soutter introduces us to the mini series Shadows in Paradise and its central character, Blondie.
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.
An excerpt from FOLK, by Aaron Schuman, published by NB
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.
Lorna Robertson, part of Tate Britain’s curatorial team, examines the defining role Jo Spence had on British feminist photography.
Elinor Carucci, photographer and Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 2015 Core Mentor to Matthew Finn, discusses Matthew’s complex relationship to his mother through his work.
An insight into the world of documentary photography for female photographers examines works from Chloe Dewe Mathews, Bieke Depoorter, Orande Mensink-Nouws and Marilene Ribeiro
Here’s a round up of the most popular articles from 2015.
Spare Rib co-founder Marsha Rowe shares her thoughts on the formation and evolution of the magazine and the use of photography in raising the awareness of women’s roles in society.
Max Houghton weaves a historical and contemporary view through photograph and women photographers who use wit to disarm.
Editor Luke Dodd explains the unique position Jane Bown created for herself throughout her career.
In this conversation with David Batchelder, we hear about his new body of work, Tideland, and his approach to capturing these otherworldly landscapes.
Karin Bareman discusses the politics of black hair in relation to Carrie Mae Weems’ work ‘Afro Chic’.
On Older People’s day, Christiane Monarchi looks at the work of Lydia Goldblatt
We interviewed Sophie Gerrard in the run up to her upcoming exhibition for Document Scotland: The Ties That Bind at Edinburgh’s Scottish National Portrait Gallery
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