The Natural History Museum is currently hosting the world premier of Sebastião Salgado’s Genesis. A real gift for the curatorial team, with images this good all they had to do to was hang them.
Michele Palazzi has been awarded Environmental Photographer of the Year 2013.
Printspace has become synonymous for its high quality, affordable printing. Last year the company utilized its popularity and significant online following to launch Printspace Marketplace.
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The national Maritime Museum is located in chocolate box Greenwich surrounded by a complex of buildings that have scarcely changed in hundreds of years. Such surroundings make Ansel Adams the perfect photographer to lure the gallery goers to a fairly niche museum.
Recently I spent a couple of wet days looking round the 2012 Brighton Biennial. This year the event has been produced and curated by Photoworks, ‘the UK’s leading visual arts agency for photography’, perhaps best known for its eponymous journal. The agenda for the festival is ‘Photography and the Politics of Space’ -’ How...
The acclaimed photographer Robert Frank once compared the nature of black and white photography to that of “the alternatives of hope and despair to which mankind is forever subjected.”
As photography ages it may take a greater role within museums, opening up exciting exhibition possibilities. The Imperial War Museum’s Cecil Beaton: Theatre of War is an example of what we might expect in the future.
As part of Photographique’s new program of talks, Vignette’s Luke Archer will be speaking about his ongoing Inheritance project: Inspired by a 100 year-old camera inherited from his grandfather, Luke traced its lineage back to Bassano, the famous 19th century society portraitist. The work he has produced as a result examines the notion of inheritance...
Free Range Photography Week 2 The Free Range events are impressive and overwhelming in equal manner. The premise is that creative universities from around the country pay to exhibit their degree shows in a huge old brewery located in East London. The idea being that all under one roof is mutually beneficial in terms of...