Pascal Maitre‘s latest reportage on Ethiopia – Epiphany against the backdrop of a Civil War – has been published by Le Figaro magazine in France.


Fernando Moleres‘ long-terms project looking at the human effect on the natural environment – Anthropocene – has been published in XL Semanal in Spain.


Noriko Hayashi’s extraordinary study of the lives of Japanese women who followed their Korean husbands to Korea and have never been able to return to their native land has been...


Pascal Maitre is exhibiting a retrospective of his work as part of the Photobiennale-2020 at the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow, Russia until 28 March 2021.


Atul Loke‘s report on agave cultivation to make tequila in India has been published in the Economist’s 1843 Magazine. To see more, click on the image below.


Robin Hammond and Chris de Bode are exhibiting at this year’s Xposure International Photography Festival in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates which is taking place between 10 and 13 February 2021....


Iva Zimova’s recent work on homeless people coping with the Covid-19 pandemic in the Czech Republic has been published in the online photo magazine Private Photo Review.


Lalo de Almeida‘s stark study of the devastating effect of Covid-19 on Brazilian society has been published in Japanese Newsweek magazine. Click here to see the full story.


Nick Hannes‘ humorous take on the strange world of Dubai – Garden of Delight – is being exhibited at the Korean Culture Center in Brussels, Belgium, until 1 April 2021....


Nick Hannes‘ personal diary of the time spent with his family in lockdown in Belgium in 2020 – An Unexpected Lesson in Joy (also available as a book here) is...


Noriko Hayashi‘s extraordinary, intimate documentation of Japanese women who emigrated to North Korea, usually following their Korean husbands, who have never returned to their native country, has been published by...


Pascal Maitre’s work on Mali has been published in French GEO magazine.


Ian Teh’s reportage on the cultivation of black cardamom in the mountains of northern Vietnam has been published in Norwegian Vi Menn magazine.


Pascal Maitre’s recent work on Islam in Morocco has been published in Le Figaro magazine.


Lalo de Almeida‘s coverage of the devastating fires that affected Brazil’s Pantanal region in 2020 has been published in Japanese Newsweek magazine. To view the full story, please flick here.


Panos photographer Tim Smith has collaborated with dancer Hardeep Sahota to create a series of compelling images that give vibrant sculptural form to the fleeting nature of dance. Lights held...