Why should photographers enter competitions? Fiona Rogers from Magnum, one of the judges of the International Photography Award 2018, weighs in
From Las Vegas to Madrid, Juno Calypso continues to examine female self-perception against a backdrop of hotel rooms around the world
With just under a month left to enter, we present another selection of stand-out submissions to the International Photography Award 2018
“I am always trying to challenge myself and develop new ways of exhibiting work that defy the trap of the exhibition shuffle.”
With the deadline for entries fast-approaching, we showcase another five outstanding submissions to the IPA 2018
“This exhibition doesn’t have any of the clichés people might expect Irish photography to have,” says Vivienne Gamble. “I want it to give a viewpoint of the country that a lot of people wouldn’t necessarily expect.”
The director of Peckham’s Seen Fifteen Gallery is talking about Triptych, an exhibition showing in Paris from 09-12 November in association with Centre Culturel Irlandais. The exhibition, which will be held across the three levels of the Espace Lhomond gallery just across the street from the CCI, features work by three of Ireland’s most promising photographers: Ciarán Óg Arnold, Megan Doherty and Martin Seeds, each of whom is showing photographs deeply rooted in their homeland.
“Like a book, they are the public manifestation of a work, the point at which you have to come to a conclusion about the purpose of what you’ve been doing”
Fariba Farshad, founding director of Photo London and one of the judges of the International Photography Award 2018, sheds light on what makes for a compelling solo show.
In the lead up to the deadline for submissions to the IPA 2018, we showcase five of the strongest entries so far
Dominic Hawgood shares what he’s been upto since winning the Series Category at the International Photography Award 2014 and how the experience helped shape his career