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Richard Mosse pushes the boundaries of photography to raise an urgent warning cry over catastrophic destruction in the Amazon rainforest.
An anthropological exploration of identity, transformation and coming-of-age amongst marginalised communities in the heart of the Amazon.
Tim Richmond’s elegiac, sombre ode to a coastal stretch of the Bristol Channel poetically weaves together lives hit by decades of austerity and isolation.
Intergenerational love, loss, trauma and joy are explored in a project mining the ambiguities of memory, through thirty years of the artist photographing her family.
A striking new photographic voice engages with street portraiture to create dark, interior psychological spaces exploring the relationship between public and private lives.
Seascapes is a series made by Paul Rousteau while artist-in-residence on a boat off the Coral Sea, in Australia.
Recorder is an immersive new book of works by American photographic artist Miranda Lichtenstein. Her densely-layered abstract works build on feedback loops of printing, scanning and rephotographing materials within the studio.
Busy Living accompanies Spanish artist Coco Capitán’s first major museum exhibition in Europe, a comprehensive survey of her last six years of image making.