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What to see at Indian Photo Festival 2023

Laurent Nilles, Guéré dancers, part of the Portrait of Humanity exhibition The country’s largest photography event returns to Hyderabad for its 9th edition. Here’s what to see at Madhapur’s State Gallery of Art and elsewhere Hyderabad Diaries (group show) Photo festivals...

Fri Dec 1, 2023 21:58
The 2024 Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie is cancelled

The three curators of the 2024  Biennale fur aktuelle Fotografie in Germany, which has now been cancelled. [L-R] Tanzim Wahab, Shahidul Alam, and Munem Wasif, photographed in Mannheim train station © Salma Abedin Prithi Featured in the Agenda section of our upcoming Portrait issue, the Biennale has been...

Fri Dec 1, 2023 18:57
‘With a documentary, you’re beholden to the truth’: Director Paul Sng on telling Tish’s story

Tish Murtha, Kenilworth Road Kids, Cruddas Park, Juvenile Jazz Bands, 1979 © Ella Murtha This article appears in the forthcoming Portrait issue of British Journal of Photography. The magazine will be available to buy at from 5 December How do you make a documentary about a documentarian? Director Paul...

Wed Nov 29, 2023 15:09
‘A mosaic of traditions’: Capturing Bangladesh’s most beloved beach

Two Bangladeshi life guard at the beach of Cox’s Bazar © Ismail Ferdous For his Leica Award-winning body of work, Sea Beach, Ismail Ferdous returned to the seaside of his childhood. For millions across Bangladesh, it is more than just a tourist destination Ismail Ferdous vividly remembers his first visit to Cox’s Bazar...

Mon Nov 27, 2023 12:42
A roundup of charity print sales in support of Gaza

Simon Roberts, Sheikh Ijlin beach, Gaza City, Palestine, 2003. Prints of all the featured images are available to purchase through the Pictures for Palestine fundraiser until 6 December 2023 © the photographers Print sales allow photographers to show solidarity and keep Gaza’s humanitarian crisis in people’s minds while...

Thu Nov 23, 2023 19:41
Light, angles and symmetry: Max Colson on installation photography

All images © May Colson Max Colson is obsessed with spaces and how we interact within them. Here the artist and lecturer discusses how this underpins his installation photography When Max Colson walks into an exhibition space, he is looking for sight lines. He takes in the architecture, where the light is falling,...

Wed Nov 15, 2023 14:02

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