During his family holiday in Egypt over the Easter holiday, Tim Dirven decided to take a break from the intensity of the cultural trail along the Nile and seek out...


James Oatway‘s study of the precarious lives of food delivery drivers in Johannesburg has been published in the Chinese Southern People Weekly magazine. To view the full story, please click...


Nick Hannes is exhibiting his new project ‘The Financial Zone’, a quirky look at the inner workings of the financial sector in the Netherlands and Belgium, at Kunstpunt in Groningen,...


Pascal Maitre‘s latest journey to Afghanistan has been published in Le Figaro magazine.


Tommy Trenchard‘s heart-warming story about the Cape Town College of Magic has been published in Delayed Gratification. To view the whole story, please click here.


Mads Nissen‘s powerful work on the crisis facing ordinary people in Afghanistan following the retreat of Western armies and the beginning of another Taliban government have been published in Newsweek...


Nick Hannes‘ new project looking at the world’s ‘artificial’ capital cities – in this instalment Egypt’s New Administrative Capital (NAC) – has been published in de Standaard Weekblad in France.


Nick Hannes‘ new project looking at the world’s ‘artificial’ capital cities – in this instalment Egypt’s New Administrative Capital (NAC) – has been published in Les Echos magazine in France.


Panos photographer Patrick Brown has been interviewed on Ben Smith’s podcast A Small Voice which features regular interviews with renowned photographers. Click here or on the image below to load...


Petrut Calinescu‘s curious study of the urban garage and the many uses it is put to in the suburbs of Romanian and Moldovan towns has appeared in Geographical Magazine. To...


Panos photographers Matthew Abbott, Lalo de Almeida and a photographer whose name is being withheld to protect his identity, have won awards at this year’s World Press Photo contest for...


Mikkel Østergaard is exhibiting as part of a group show at the Johannes Larsen Museum in Kerteminde in Denmark from 26th March until 12 June 2022. For more information on...


The US government has ruled that the persecution and oppression of Myanmar’s Rohingya minority by the country’s armed forces is tantamount to genocide. This marks only the seventh time that...


Andrew Testa‘s reportage about a special police taskforce breaking up human trafficking rings has been published in the Sunday Times Magazine.