Duquesne’s first photobook is a sensual and comical exploration of performed acts of masculinity
Two years since the road-trip that marked the end of her relationship, Cremona revisits the images in which she sought refuge: “The only way to let go was to create something tangible and set it free”
Last summer, Yamatani embarked on a European tour of his multi-sensory drum performance, producing 3,563 images over the course of eight 15-minute performances. Now, images from the performances and the journey are compiled in a self-published photobook
One of the shortlisted photographers for this year’s competition at Festival de Hyères, a seemingly tropical garden in France is the backdrop to Clémence Elman’s studies
“From the earliest iterations of the female form, women have been both empowered and burdened by symbolism. Their body is never just their own. It is forever shared”
Vikky Alexander co-opts the visual language of consumerist culture to provoke a state of self-awareness in her viewers
A major retrospective of Hans Eijkelboom’s work is on show at The Hague Museum of Photography until 07 January 2018, including his well-known series of shoppers and his more conceptual work.
Unless you’re well-versed in the British conceptual art scene of the 1970s, Keith Arnatt’s name might not register the strongest recognition. Yet, Arnatt has a case for being one of the most influential British artists and photographers of his generation, pushing the boundaries of his mediums and going on to be a chief influence on the likes of Martin Parr and Paul Graham. A major exhibition of his work, Absence of the Artist, is currently showing at Sprüth Magers in London, marking the years between 1967 and 1972 during which some of Arnatt’s most vital and enduring work was created. Today, artists and photographers freely cross the boundaries between what was once considered ‘art’ and ‘photography’. But Arnatt, who studied philosophy at Oxford and trained in drawing and painting at the Royal Academy School in London in the late 1950s, was a pioneer in bringing conceptual ideas from the sphere of art to photography. The early phase of his career explored the boundaries between landscape and sculpture, echoing the work of artists like Richard Long and …