Panos photographer Robin Hammond has been shortlisted for the Photojournalism prize at this year’s Amnesty Media Awards for his work on the Rohingya crisis. The winners will be announced at...


It was with great sadness that we heard this week of the passing of our colleague, the legendary photographer Georg Gerster, who died at his home in Switzerland at the...


Catalina Martin-Chico is exhibiting her recent work from Colombia, which has been nominated for the Photo of the Year and another category in this year’s World Press Photo, at the...


Hossein Fatemi is a finalist in the Community Awareness Award at this year’s Pictures of the Year (POY) awards with his work from Georgia, charting the lives of people living...


Mark Henley will be part of the 70th anniversary exhibition of ACANU, the Geneva Association of United Nations Correspondent, at the Salle des Pas Perdus in the Palais des Nations...


Kacper Kowalski has won a Pictures of the Year (POY) award with his wintery aerial images of his native Poland once again. His latest prize is an Award of Excellence...


Patrick Brown has won the Fotoevidence Book Award 2019 with World Press Photo for his work on the Rohingya refugee crisis. The award “recognises a documentary photographer whose project demonstrates...


Ian Teh‘s recent work on the colossal Chinese effort to slow down the desertification of the northwest of the country, dubbed the Green Great Wall of China, has been published...


Catalina Martin-Chico, who joined Panos Pictures at the end of 2018, has been nominated for the prestigious Photo of the Year category and for the Contemporary Issues story section at...


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...


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.