Unusually for a photography book, Robin Broadbent’s new collection of images opens with a short story. The writer Frederic Tuten introduces the work of the renowned still life photographer with a mythic tale that references several of the images in the book. It’s a good way of setting out the idea that within each of […]
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The graduating class of Birmingham City University’s BA (Hons) Photography course put up a group show titled Origin at Free Range in London. Featured here are some of the students that stood out to us
Photographers Charlie Kwai and Charlotte Jansen and musician Rina Sawayama will discuss their work at 52 Insights’ Fresh Faces event in London next week
As degree season kicks off, CR will be visiting as many graduation shows as is humanly possible and bringing you our highlights of each. To begin, here is our five picks of work from the Manchester School of Art show.
Opening tomorrow at Colchester’s Firstsite gallery, Ed Gold: Other Worlds brings together four decades of the photographer’s documentary work, including never before seen images from his series, Nowitna. We spoke to Gold about the theme of isolation that threads through his oeuvre and his purpose as a documentarian