Creative Process

Looking at how work gets made & what gets in the way

Out of the darkness: the return of the Douglas Brothers

By the mid-1990s, the Douglas Brothers were at their creative peak as photographers, but then they fell out, moved apart, hid their images away and forgot about them. Rediscovered last year, the work now forms the basis of two new exhibitions and, in a candid interview in the new issue of CR, we talk to Andrew and Stuart about rekindling both a relationship and an artistic sensibility after 20 years

The story behind Fearless Girl

Fearless Girl, the striking bronze statue placed on Wall Street by McCann New York to coincide with International Women’s Day in March, has been winning big at Cannes Lions. Here’s how it was made.

Lauren Greenfield’s Generation Wealth

Director and photographer Lauren Greenfield, who has created documentary-based works on themes ranging from rich kids in LA to eating disorders, as well as the enormously successful ad Like A Girl, tackles our global obsession with money and materialism in a new book, Generation Wealth. Unsurprisingly perhaps, she paints a rather dark picture of life in the 21st century.

Shared vision: Diàna Markosian

The work of Magnum Photos’ Diàna Markosian takes documentary photography into new, collaborative territory where the subject becomes co-creator. Ahead of their interview at PhotoLondon, photographic director Rebecca McClelland talks to Markosian about her process