Visual Storytelling with VII in Barcelona

Caption: An all girls group of Young Communist League members walks past a statue of Chairman Mao Zedong in front of the Yan’an Revolutionary Memorial Hall in Yan’an, China on Nov. 7, 2009. Yan’an is promoted as the “Revolutionary Holy Land” and offers a number of museums, monuments and other “Red Tourism” sites supported by […]

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5 Instagram Lessons from Magnum Photographers

USA. New York City, NY. 2014. Cherries spilled on crosswalk. © Christopher Anderson | Magnum Photos Three Magnum Photographers weigh in on Instagram and how to embrace it. As part of an ongoing pursuit of delving into the practices of Magnum photographers, Magnum has asked David Alan Harvey, Christopher Anderson and Matt Stuart to share their views on using Instagram, […]

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The Drag Calendar 2018

The Admiral Duncan are proud to present The Drag Calendar 2018 in aid of The Food Chain. Photographed exclusively by Chris Jepson, and starring many of the regular artistes that grace The Admiral Duncan stage, (if you look closely you might even spot manager Karl in his first professional drag shoot) as well as lots […]

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017

Photojournalist Brent Stirton has won the prestigious grand title for his compelling image Memorial to a species, which frames a recently shot and de-horned black rhino in South Africa’s Hluhluwe Imfolozi Game Reserve. The jury selected Brent’s image as the most memorable and striking picture from almost 50,000 entries. Once the most numerous rhino species, […]

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Exhibition: Masters of Photography 2017 at Beetles+Huxley

This October, Beetles+Huxley will be exhibiting a survey of 30 masterpieces by leading photographers of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The exhibition will contain rare and collectable prints by some of the world’s most influential photographers.Each photograph has been chosen for its significant role in the history of the medium. With a strong emphasis on […]

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Exhibition: Sory Sanlé – Volta Photo 1965-85

Capturing the people of Burkina Faso in the first decades of African independence, Sanlé’s portraits are finally winning international recognition. Never heard of Sory Sanlé? If so you’re not alone – in fact he was aged 74 and living in obscurity when French record producer and writer Florent Mazzoleni came across him while researching popular […]

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Exhibition: Photo Block 2017

PHOTOBLOCK is a curated programme of photography events and exhibitions at the Old Truman Brewery every October. The week-long showcase is a creative hub for industry celebrations such as the Association of Photographers Awards, as well as the prestigious Royal Photographic Society & British Press Photographers’ Association annual exhibitions. An engaging platform for all things […]

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Superflex’s ‘One Two Three Swing’ at Tate Modern

Playfully subversive artists SUPERFLEX have filled Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall with swings An orange line of swings weaves through the Turbine Hall. It then crosses the gallery and emerges in the landscape to the south of the building. Each swing has been designed for three people by Danish artists’ collective SUPERFLEX. Swinging with two other people has greater potential than […]

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Odd couples: Dalí / Duchamp

In autumn 2017, the RA explore the little-known relationship between two of modern art’s greatest masters – Salvador Dalí and Marcel Duchamp. They take a look at their peculiar friendship, and five other artist pairs you would never have guessed. At first glance, this pair have about as much in common as a lobster does […]

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Live: How not to Get F*@ked Over

How to make money, protect your work and hold your own in photography. Whether you’re a freelancer or professionally employed it’s not uncommon to experience difficulties around negotiating rights to your work especially in this constantly changing digital landscape. Getting messed around feels like a daily rite of passage but it shouldn’t be. Many creatives […]

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Smokejumpers: life as an elite US Forest Service firefighter

Smokejumpers looks at the brave and inaccessible world of the wildland elite USFS firefighters who parachute into hard-to-reach areas to combat wildfires. Smokejumpers undergo intense physical training and possess a high degree of emotional stability. They learn to exit planes, successfully land in the forest, secure their airdropped equipment, and fight a forest fire miles away from help, hopefully […]

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Exhibition: I Can See The Future

“Tomorrow belongs to those that can hear it coming” David Bowie, 1977 On the 40th anniversary of this quote, a special exhibition of original posters showcases visions of the future in science fiction cinema and the music of David Bowie, a unique performer whose incarnations and innovation bridged the worlds of music, film and space […]

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Guggenheim Museum pulls criticised works from exhibition

The Guggenheim Museum in New York City has removed three works from an upcoming exhibition after receiving threats of violence over inclusion of the pieces. The Guggenheim made the announcement in a statement, saying it’s removing the pieces out of concern for the safety of staff and visitors. Animal rights groups have criticised the museum […]

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International Photography Award 2018 is now open for entries

Recognising the best of contemporary photographic talent. Celebrating its 14th year, the International Photography Award 2018, is now open for entries. Instrumental in launching the careers some of the most respected photographers today, enter now for an opportunity to be recognised and celebrated by the international photographic community. Prizes £5,000 exhibition grant • Solo show at the […]

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Exhibition: Basquiat – Boom for Real

The first large-scale exhibition in the UK of the work of American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960—1988). Discover the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat, the pioneering prodigy of the 1980s downtown New York art scene. This unprecedented exhibition brings together an outstanding selection of more than 100 works from international museums and private collections. Engage in the […]

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