Patrick Keiller's The View From The Train studies the relationship between architecture, photography and communal urban life in all its ceaseless complexity

What does it take to be a photography great? In our latest magazine, we feature four artists who have managed to keep going, whatever the cost, and even if they remain unsung.

A sneak peek behind the scenes of Dominic Hawgood's innovative show at TJ Boulting

A man's fetish for concealment has made for a thought-provoking, unsettling new photobook by Here Press

Forty years on, Magnum Photos' Susan Meiselas recalls making her first major work, Carnival Strippers

A closed down photocopy shop in Plateia Theatrou, Athens, with an older sign "O Kostas". From the series The Archeology of Now © Georgios Makkas/Panos Pictures

Greek economic woes have scuppered the post-war dream of the small, family-run shop, finds Georgios Makkas

This year's model © Go Itami

New Japanese Photography at the Doomed Gallery is the hot ticket of the week

Specialist staff and resources, including access to the extensive photographic holdings at the Library of Birmingham, are under threat in light of budget cuts announced by the city council, reports Gemma Padley. Additional reporting by Simon Bainbridge

The Ones to Watch issue is devoted to the 25 best new photographers in the business for you to discover first

January, image © Haruka Fujita

A charity calendar supporting children's radiation aid brings together a stellar cast of photographers, writes Miriam Rosen

After three strangers met on London's Southbank, Leica Meet was born - an online photography community with more than 6,000 members

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Ones to Watch 2015, British Journal of Photography's global survey of new talent, is out now.

We remember the unique mentality of war veteran Phil Stern, who captured the defining moments of cinema’s biggest stars

Los Menonos (c) Jordi Jordi Ruiz Cirera

Los Menonos: an intimate portrayal of a timeless way of life. Jordi Ruiz Cirera's photobook depicts the Mennonite communities of eastern Bolivia

The thrills and dangers of Portuguese bullfighting come alive in Eduardo Leal's documentary project Forcados

Archival material is mixed with photographs and interviews to explore the relationship between the people of Manchester and its most iconic buildings

Cool and Noteworthy, BJP's showcase of the people and projects that caught our attention this year, is on shelves now

The 'decorative degeneracy' of Louis Porter's urban fabric forms a discordant social critique

Tech company 1&1 provide photographers with new ways of utilising their online profile

Dan Burn-Forti has reached the final of the Commissioned editorial series category in the AOP Awards, for a story shot for the Evening Standard's ES Magazine. Image © Dan Burn-Forti.

The AOP's revamped awards come with a lively expo showcasing services and kit