The ten winners are: Carl Bigmore, Georgs Avetisjans, Kazuma Obara, Lua Ribeira, Martin Seeds, Matthew Broadhead, Michael Vince Kim, Monica Alcazar-Duarte, Sam Ivin and Sian Davey.
The first time Self Publish, Be Happy was invited into Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall, its programme included selfie stick aerobics and tectonic crystal healing. The second time it focused on the virtual world. This time, SPBH founder Bruno Ceschel wants to focus in on ideas.
The world-famous photo agency goes to town with four exhibitions, a live residency, a swap shop, a book launch, a series of talks and discussions, and even a t-shirt collection
Britain’s biggest photo fair is now an established event – so it’s organisers are pushing the boundaries this year with a headline show by Taryn Simon and more work by cutting-edge artists
“The series toys with the question regarding the necessity of travelling to a place that has been photographed innumerable times, the need to record additional photographs,” says the artist. “If countless images of a specific place are readily available, has one been there already?”
Inspired by the ancient Roman virtue of Gravitas, Christiane Monarchi has curated a photo exhibition focusing in on adolescents and their depiction
The photography collector, dealer, curator, editor, artist and soon-to-be gallerist on what made the year for him
Curated by Louise Clements, Derby’s FORMAT17 draws on cutting edge photography to consider the man-made world and our place in it
The Human Apparatus, a new exhibition by Klemm’s gallery, Berlin, gathers a selection of artists from various generations whose work is engaged in a fundamental reassessment of the photographic image and its representation. It’s about to launch at Paris Photo.
The state-funded program which has the most impact on the development of contemporary art in Colombia presents its 44th edition in the city of Pereira located in the coffee-producing area of Colombia.