“There’s no bigger reward than to capture a meaningful photograph from a seemingly ordinary moment,” says Isreali documentary photographer Tomer Ifrah, who has shot a Hindu pilgrimage, an Israeli prison and the Moscow metro
Foto/Industria Biennial returns to Bologna this Autumn, with 14 exhibitions based on the idea of identity and illusion in photographs of work, curated by Francois Hébel and including image-makers such as Thomas Ruff, Josef Koudelka, Lee Friedlander, Joan Fontcuberta, Alexander Rodchenko, Mitch Epstein, Yukichi Watabe, John Myers and Michele Borzoni.
“If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough,” said Magnum Photos co-founder Robert Capa, famously. This week Magnum Photos is revisiting Capa’s concept with its Square Print Sale, part of a cycle of four print sales it’s running to celebrate its 70th anniversary.
The winners of the third BJP Breakthrough Awards will showcase their work in a special exhibition in East London
Despite an order for his deportation issued on 11 May, Mathieu Depardon remains in Turkish custody, his only contact with the outside world via his lawyer, Emine Şeker – who now has informed RSF that he began a protest hunger strike on 21 May
Jim Mortram started shooting people in and around Dereham, a small town in Norfolk, in 2007, focusing on those facing disadvantages and social exclusion. The resulting blog has been critically acclaimed, and he’s now publishing the project as a book
“It’s difficult to try and make sense of the Cold War, let alone events in Iraq and Afghanistan and Syria. It takes a lot of time to collect the resources we need to be able to properly tell the story of these conflicts. So we have to be honest about the limitations of information available to us.”
Passing away this morning, the American photographer leaves a legacy of outstanding work, particularly from Chechnya, and memories of an elegant, generous man
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
The small but perfectly formed Polish festival returns, with an eclectic, innovative programme curated by UK artist and Photoworks magazine founder Gordon MacDonald that includes exhibitions on dancing, war and UFOs