Robin Hammond wins Picture of the Year (POY) First Place in Portrait Series

Robin Hammond has won the First Place in the Portrait Series section at this year’s Pictures of the Year (POY) awards given by the Reynolds Journalism Institute at the Missouri School of Journalism with Where Love Is Illegal, his ground-breaking work on the lives of LGBTQI people across the world.

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Panos Pictures director Adrian Evans will be attending this year’s 11th Yangon Photo Festival in Yangon, Myanmar, from 19 to 25 February 2019. During the projections in the evenings, the...


Fourteen years in the making, Ilya Khrzhanovsky’s epic and immersive cinema experiment DAU is finally ready and is premiering in Paris across three venues – the Théâtre du Châtelet, the...


William Daniels’ new photo book – Wilting Point – which brings together work from Kyrgyzstan, the Central African Republic, Kashmir, the Rohingya crisis in Myanmar and Bangladesh and other subjects...


William Daniels is exhibiting work from four countries as part of an photographic montage called Wilting Point at the Pavillon Carré de Baudouin in Paris until 11 April 2019.


Martin Roemers‘ sweeping study of the legacy of decades of communism across the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe is being exhibited at the Zeitgeschichtliches Forum Leipzig from 1 February...


Julio Etchart will be speaking about “Documenting Environmental & Development Issues” at this year’s Obscura Festival in Penang, Malaysia, on Sunday 17 February 2019 from 4.00 to 6.00 pm.


Panos photographers Stuart Freedman is leading a two-day workshop organised by London’s Photograpehrs’ Gallery in collaboration with the Jewish Museum London centred on the traditional narrative photo essay. To book...


Martin Roemers has been interviewed about his award-winning work on the legacy of the Cold War across Europe on Germany’s Mittledeutscher Rundfunk (MDR). To see the full interview, please click...


Kacper Kowalski‘s mesmerising aerial photography of his native Poland in the winter has been published in the weekend supplement of Spain’s leading newspaper – El Pais.


Robin Hammond’s ground-breaking long term photo project Where Love Is Illegal which chronicles the lives of and issues faced by LGBT people across the world is being exhibited at the...


Kieran Dodds’ recently concluded study of the remarkable church forests in Ethiopia which are maintained by churches and monasteries against the odds of climate change and desertification has been published...


Fernando Moleres has been working on the melting Arctic ice cover in Greenland for the past four years and will be exhibiting his work in Barcelona from the end of...


Guy Martin’s latest book – The Parallel State – published by GOST Books in 2018, has been reviewed by the British Journal of Photography’s Diane Smyth. To read the full...


Four Panos photographers – Patrick Brown, Ivor Prickett, Andrew McConnell and Robin Hammond – have been nominated for the prestigious Prix Pictet, an annual award for photography and sustainability. Since...


Abbie Trayler-Smith has been interviewed by HUCK Magazine about her personal photo project The Big O, an intimate study of the issues surrounding obesity amongst young people in the UK....