2013 sees a particularly strong Deutsche Börse, with big names such as the increasingly conceptual Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin and black and white documentary master Chris Killip competing for not only the prestige of but the sizable sum of £30,000.
The Second World War changed Europe forever, however as the amount of people who fought and lived through the conflict slowly dwindles, so too does the physical impact the fighting left on the landscape.
DAVID WELCH: MATERIAL WORLD One photographer’s depiction of contemporary American Western culture.
Andy Lo Pò’s portrait ‘Kellie’ immediately grabbed our attention on the cover of East London Photomonth’s 2012 program. We decided to investigate further
Vignette has been a big fan of Karl’s work ever since he entered our travel competition back in issue 5. We finally caught up with the Irish born, Toyko based photographer to talk about his work.
Featured in Vignette issue 5 Homeland is a huge achievement for the young Robyn Hasty: A crowd sourced, wet plate, road trip of America.
Ted, is 21 and is discreetly capturing the world around him; the world he exists in and the world he witnesses.
Vignette talks to Bristol's Martin Parr as he prepares for his very first exhibition in the city he calls home.