Andrea Gjestvang’s portraits of eight of the survivors of the terrorist attacks perpetrated by Anders Breivik in July 2011 – taken in 2012 and 2021 – have been published in...


Andrea Gjestvang‘s portraits of eight of the survivors of the Utoya massacre whom she photographed in 2011 and 2012 have been published in the Financial Times Magazine. To view the...


Andrea Gjestvang‘s arresting portraits of eight survivors of the Utøya massacre of 2011 whom she had previously photographed in 2012 have been published in the Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin in Germany....


Mads Nissen‘s latest reportage looking at the life of Natalia Voronkova, a Ukrainian volunteer who has devoted the last seven years to helping troops fighting in the country’s internal conflict...


In September 2021 Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, is due to stand down from her post when the country goes to the polls to elect a new government. Her terms...


Luis Antonio Rojas‘ work on the devastating effects of organised crime in Mexico is being exhibited as part of the Latin American Foto Festival at the Bronx Documentary Center in...


A shoot which Andrew Esiebo was commissioned by the Sunday Times Magazine to do in Ghana about the industry in exported second hand clothes from Europe has been published in...


Ten years after photographing some of the survivors of the devastating terrorist attacks perpetrated by Anders Behring Breivik in Oslo and on the island of Utøya, Andrea Gjestvang has reconnected...


Ten years after photographing some of the survivors of the devastating terrorist attacks perpetrated by Anders Behring Breivik in Oslo and on the island of Utøya, Andrea Gjestvang has reconnected...


Ian Teh‘s images from his missions with a team of scientists and a National Geographic journalist to the very bottom tip of southern America in search of the southernmost tree...


More than twelve years after xenophobic attacks swept across South Africa’s townships and informal settlements, leaving at least 60 dead and thousands injured, photojournalists James Oatway and Alon Skuy have...


William Daniels is exhibiting his work on Kyrgyzstan – Faded Tulips – shot over four years from 2007 until 2010, at the Estação Imagen photofestival in Coimbra, Portugal, until 25...


Mark Henley‘s latest project, working with a group of artists to create ‘Culture Phantom’, will be exhibited at Flux Laboratory from 11 until 24 June 2021. Culture Phantom is a...


Panos photographer Patrick Brown was given the annual FotoEvidence Book Award with World Press Photo in 2019 for his work on the Rohingya refugee crisis of 2017 when almost 800,000...


Ben Roberts‘ award-winning work on the 2011 Occupy camp in London is being exhibited as part of a group exhibition called Home Is Where One Starts From which will be...


Jan Banning‘s award-winning work on bureaucrats around the world – Bureaucratics – is being shown as part of the “Live Magazine” project during this year’s Rencontres de la photographie in...