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.
We spoke to photographer, Ewen Spencer, about his project ‘Kick over the statues’, commissioned by Photoworks and Fabrica for Brighton Photo Biennial 2016.
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.
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.
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.
Phil Toledano talks to us about his projects dealing with personal themes and family relationships
Carol Jacobi, curator of Tate Britain’s Painting with Light shares her thoughts on the relationship between photography and painting.
We interviewed HOUSE Festival and Photoworks co-commissioned artist Felicity Hammond about her new series ‘Show Room: The Language of Living’.
Eleanor Macnair spoke to us about her series, ‘Photographs rendered in Play-doh’, and how she discovered her unexpected talent.
Photographer, Murray Ballard talks to us about his recent publication and ten-year series, ‘The Prospect of Immortality’.
We spoke to photographer and University of Brighton lecturer, Fergus Heron, about his explorations of commonplace landscapes and architecture.
Photographer Sian Davey’s work is an exploration of the psychological, social and political landscapes of both herself and those around her.
Photographer, Alma Haser, spoke to us about the art of origami in her practice, the making of the second edition of her book ‘Cosmic Surgery’ and her upcoming show at The Photographers’ Gallery.
Photographer, Kalpesh Lathigra, spoke to us about his new publication ‘Lost in the Wilderness’.
We spoke to photographer Sam Ivin, about his body of work ‘Lingering Ghosts’, focusing on the identities of refugees and the UK migration system.
We spoke to Alice Myers about ‘Nothing is Impossible Under the Sun’ a project focussing on asylum seekers in Calais.
We caught up with Natasha Caruana to talk about her project At First Sight and the process of capturing these fleeting moments.
Self-proclaimed ‘photographic archaeologist’ Eva Stenram shares with us the ideas and processes behind her practice, and her use of found imagery.
With the Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 2015 exhibition opening 4 November at Jerwood Space, London, we caught up with each of our three Awardees. Here Matthew Finn discusses the Awards and what comes next.
With the Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 2015 exhibition opening 4 November at Jerwood Space, London, we caught up with each of our three Awardees. Here Tereza Zelenkova discusses the Awards and what comes next.
With the Jerwood/Photoworks Awards 2015 exhibition opening 4 November at Jerwood Space, London, we caught up with each of our three Awardees. Here Joanna Piotrowska discusses the Awards and what comes next.
Multi-disciplinary artist Soheila Sokhanvari speaks to us about the nature of identity and fictional narratives in her work.
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