British Journal of Photography is excited to announce the five winners of Dark Corners
Zelda Cheatle, Christine Santa-Ana and Jaimie Marie Davis reflect on the art of exhibiting work
British Journal of Photography reveal the 20 photographers who have been shortlisted for Dark Corners, five of whom will be exhibited in the Museum of London alongside the major exhibition London Nights
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