Max Campbell writes about a photographic study by Sanne De Wilde of the color-blind residents of Oliver Sacks’s “Island of the Colorblind.”
Since graduating from the documentary photography course at the University of South Wales last year, Lua Ribeira has gone from strength to strength. In addition to the Firecracker Grant, which she was awarded in 2015 while still a student, her work was recently selected by Susan Meiselas to appear i
A striking and comprehensive exhibition—premiering at Les Rencontres d’Arles—recognizes the efforts of 62 Iranian photographers, artists, and filmmakers who have bravely portrayed their country’s many changes since its historic 1979 revolution
Large-format photography is for lovers.
Aged just 24, Khadija Saye died tragically young in the horrific fire in West London’s Grenfell Tower on 14 June – a tragedy which has cut short a life already touched by greatness. Having won a scholarship to the prestigious Rugby School at 16, Saye went on to study photography at UCA Farnham and w
The Dutch photographer’s epic Imperial Courts project, which was shot over 22 years, impressed the judges with its “affirmation of photography’s power to address important ideas through pure image”
Film isn’t dead!
Eating on the run but with a retro twist. Photos by Kelsey McClellan in collaboration with Michelle Maguire.
Even 50 years later, her face and silhouette remain ubiquitous, while her meteoric rise and fall continue to embody the allure (and dangers) of the Hollywood Dream
Follow a free-spirited, energetic, and eccentric 83-year-old Californian through her aerobic daily routine—a true inspiration to anyone who fears that age will slow them down