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...


Stefan Vanfleteren‘s latest long-term project Surf Tribe – a series of portraits of surfers from around the world – is being exhibited at Kunsthal Rotterdam from 12 October 2018 until...


Espen Rasmussen’s long term project looking at the growth of hard right political movements across Europe and America has been published over 10 pages in French Society magazine.


In the lead-up to the publication of his long term project Parallel State which looks at the complex world of Turkish politics, Guy Martin’s work has been published in HUCK...


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...


Patrick Brown’s World Press Photo award winning work on the Rohingya refugee crisis in Bangladesh has been published over several pages in Rolling Stone magazine.


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...


Shiho Fukada will be exhibiting her latest project – Nowhere Left but Here – at this year’s Photoville festival in Brooklyn, NY. The project looks at the extraordinary rise in...


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...


Markel Redondo‘s long term project about the legacy of Spain’s housing bubble which spectacularly burst in 2008 – Sand Castles – is being exhibited at this year’s Getxo Photo Festival...


Andrew Testa’s photo story about the iconic red phone box in the UK which is slowly disappearing has been published in the Chinese Southern People Weekly. To view the full...


Kacper Kowalski‘s stunning aerial images of his native Poland are being exhibited at: Atlas Gallery 49 Dorset Street London W1U 7NF until 1 September 2018.


Martin Roemers is exhibiting his award-winning work on the world’s megacities – Metropolis – as part of [SPACE] – on urbanism, alienation, anonymity, street life at this year’s Triennial of...


Mads Nissen‘s 8 year project covering the civil war and the historic peace accord which ended over half a century of fighting and violence in Colombia has been published by...


Ramin Mazur‘s photo project about the inmates of Penitentiary Nr. 17, one of Moldova’s toughest prisons, who were taught to act and perform a production of Hamlet within the confines...


Martin Roemers was invited to speak about his award winning project Metropolis at the Chicago Forum on Global Cities in Chicago, Illinois. The project took him to numerous megacities –...