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Introducing our tête-à-tête interview series. Diana Markosian in conversation with Marta Miskaryan.
As part of our International Women’s Day celebrations, Jane Quinn looks at what it means to be a photographer when your country is at war.
BY CHARLOTTE IRWIN Tereza Zelenkova’s surreal images of women that manage to evoke history, while also commenting on the present in which they were taken.
Chinese photographer Yushi Li’s work is bold in its use of male nudity to challenge traditional gender roles. But what’s perhaps most disorientating and striking about Li’s work is her choice of domestic settings for her images, which manage to create both a sense of comfort and strangeness to this exploration of sex and heterosexual relationships in modern day society.
You’re invited to join our Hundred Heroines community and to join the first photo walk in the heart of Gloucester…
Marion Palfi was a German American social documentary photographer, focusing on discrimination and civil rights within America
The work of Rose Mandel shows a variety of dreamlike, symbolistic and abstract expressionistic images, charged with subtle meanings