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....


Guy Martin will be speaking at London’s Frontline Club on Tuesday, 22 January 2019 from 7pm about his new book Parallel State, published by GOST Books in 2018. To view...


A feature length documentary about the people of Gaza, co-directed by Panos photographers and film maker Andrew McConnell and Garry Keane will have its world premiere at this year’s Sundance...


Since May 2018 Jan Banning has been devoting a large part of his time to trying to get Christina Boyer, an American woman, released from prison. Christina has been incarcerated...


A feature length documentary about the people of Gaza, co-directed by Panos photographers and film maker Andrew McConnell and Garry Keane will have its world premiere at this year’s Sundance...


Nick Hannes is exhibiting his humorous and thought-provoking study of Dubai, the United Arab Emirates’ most ostentatious and brash member, at De Garage in Mechelen, Belgium. Garden of Delight will...


Andrew McConnell‘s first feature length documentary – Gaza – documents daily life in the small Palestinian enclave which has been blockaded by Israel and Egypt for the past 10 years....


Elena Chernyshova‘s award-winning study of the remote, crumbling Russian town of Norilsk, built high above the Arctic Circle in the 1920s next to one of the largest nickel mines in...


Mary Turner‘s long-term photo project documenting the life of a traveller community she met at Dale Farm in Kent in 2009 and has continued to meet and photograph since is...


Mads Nissen‘s recent book project – We Are Indestructible – published by GOST books in London and available for sale here, has been featured on the VICE.com website.


Panos photographer Ivor Prickett is one of 16 photographers exhibited as part of World as Image, an outdoor exhibition at More London next to Tower Bridge in London, organised by...


James Oatway‘s unique insight into the murky world of the Red Ants, a private security company based in Johannesburg, which is hired to clear squatted buildings and informal settlements on...


Shiho Fukada will be speaking about her latest photo project – Nowhere Left but Here – at this year’s Photoville festival in Brooklyn, NY, on 16 September 2018 at 60...


In 2016, Mark Henley was commissioned to photograph Kofi Annan, the former Secretary-General of the United Nations (1997 – 2006. He remembers a curious anecdote about how this candid portrait...