French artist Laurent Millet’s hazy self-portraits challenge our understanding of two-dimensional photographic space

Images from Dominic Hawgood's series Under the Influence, which has won the BJP's International Photography Award series category. Images © Dominic Hawgood.

Dominic Hawgood scoops BJP's International Photography Award series category with Under the Influence

A woman walks to back to her room after bathing in what remains of Badia East, an informal settlement in Lagos, Nigeria on February 27, 2014. One year earlier, residents woke to construction equipment demolishing their community on order from Lagos State Government. Most only had time to get their children to safety, losing all businesses and belongings. Many took refuge with family and friends in the remaining portion of the settlement. Thousands are still displaced one year later. Image copyright Jane Hahn,

Jane Hahn wins the single image category in BJP's International Photography Award

Tiago Casanova explores the point where nature and construction collide for a project on his home island of Madeira

Image taken from Mariela Sancari's series Moises, which won the Descubrimientos prize at this year's PHotoEspana. Image © Mariela Sancari

Mariela Sancari, Alberto Lizaralde and Peter Watkins make the IPA series shortlist

In her project Freedom Towers, Ali Kate Cherkis juxtaposes New York's One World Trade Center building with the men who sunbathe in freedom

Gerry Badger pays tribute to his friend Lewis Baltz, the New Topographics photographer who passed away in Paris at the age of 69

On a Saturday night in downtown Athens, Dionisis, a 32 year old Greek, was attacked by a number of men who claimed to be from the Golden Dawn party. They beat him up and used a broken beer bottle to cut a swastika in his forehead. Dionisis is part of the leftist/anarchist movement. Image © Erik Ahman.

Three runners up offer three very different images in the IPA's single image category this year

Sputnik Photos' members, from left: Adam Panczuk, Rafal Milach, Agnieszka Rayss and  Jan Brykczynski. Image © Michael Grieve

Sputnik Photos collective operates between East and West to give a nuanced portrayal of Europe, writes Michael Grieve

Rhonda Wilson, May 1998 at the Custard Factory, Digbeth, Birmingham. Image © Max Kandhola

Awarded an MBE for her services to photography, Rhonda Wilson was a lynchpin of the medium, writes Debra Klomp Ching, with contributions from Max Kandhola

Hemya Moran: The Commonlanders present a performative representation of everyday life that often blurs fact and fiction

Daragh McDonagh left New York to photograph the modern shamans of Ireland. And, in doing so, he reconnected with his homeland.


Self-tracking sounds like science fiction, but wearable technology has made it a fact of life. Travis Hodges captures the shift with a new series, The Quantified Self

Miguel Ángel Tornero explores the fragility of the printed image by combining overexposed photographic paper with discoloured posters of celebrities

“Who am I?” we ask in the November issue dedicated to contemporary portraiture, available to buy and download now.

Oliver Eglin's Il Gattopardo series attempts to connect the "certain tragedy" of modern Sicily with the Italian island's past

EU 609 8 Kiev, parade 1 kopie

A photographic investigation of the differences – and similarities – of the European community

From Hidden Islam © Nicoló Degiorgis

Nicoló Degiorgis' Hidden Islam wins Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Award

Taylor Wessing Portrait Photograph of the Year: Konrad Lars Hastings Titlow, June 2014 © David Titlow

Editor's choice: The best of this year's Taylor Wessing Prize, on show at the National Portrait Gallery

Image © Ed Alcock

Photographers present a personal take on the notion of 'utopia' in an exhibition showing as part of Berlin's Monat der Fotografie-OFF