Aron Mörel – founder of photo and fine art book publisher Morel Books – on making photobooks, why it’s important to give artists room to experiment and why photographers should do their research before approaching publishers…
To coincide with Photo London 2018,
we’re celebrating all things photographic
For the first issue of Magnum Chronicles, Peter van Agtmael has looked at the origins and actions of Islamic State. As part of our photo special this week, he tells us why he wanted to offer an alternative view of the terrorist group from the mass hysteria of Western media
As part of our photo special this week, we’ve been talking to London publishers about the joys and challenges of making photobooks. Here, Hannah Watson – Director of Trolley Books – discusses publishing books on motherhood, civil rights and London’s first ever AIDS ward
As part of our Photo Week special, Wyatt-Clarke & Jones co-founder James Gerrard-Jones and We Folk agent Rose Clayton share some wise advice on getting signed, developing your practice and the key to a happy photographer/agent relationship
A new book from Thames & Hudson features more than 30 model versions of historic images hand-crafted by Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger. As part of our photo special this week, we speak to the photographers about bringing the book to life
The photobook scene has grown considerably over the past decade thanks to a wave of new indie publishers, bookshops and events. As part of our Photo Week special, we talk to Self Publish Be Happy founder Bruno Ceschel about its enduring appeal
As part of our photography special this week, founder and creative director David Lane picks out some of his most memorable photo features from the magazine
After interning at Magnum Photos as a teenager, Norwegian photographer Jonas Bendiksen went on to join the prestigious agency when he was just 27. As part of our photo special this week, he talks about luck, determination and the importance of a great story
A new exhibition at the Museum of London brings together some beautiful, eerie and poignant images of the city after dark. We talk to curator Anna Sparham about the photography show.
PhotoLondon takes place this week, so to celebrate, over the coming five days we are looking at all things photographic at CR. Here we talk to New York Times Picture Editor Jeffrey Henson Scales about his work, and what advice he’d give to photographers today.
Rose’s latest campaign for the opera house’s 2018/2019 season features photography by the likes of Wolfgang Tillmans, Tal Silverman and Mads Perch.
Creative Futures was CR’s new talent scheme, many of whom went on to great things. From the CR Archive, here’s a look back at some fresh-faced young hopefuls making their first appearance in CR, bad haircuts and all
From sleeves to promos, magazines, photography and set design, Creative Review has consistently covered the world of music. We pick out a few highlights from the archive
In latest question for our creative advice column, CR agony aunt Anna Higgs offers suggestions for how to cope with a complicated colleague and a less-than-interested boss.
This new documentary film from Nikon, the Guardian and Pi Studios does a great job of turning a product demo into an engaging, emotional piece of film, while examining the stories of four extraordinary weddings.
The Penguin European Writers series unites big-name photographers with vibrant graphics to create covers that feel like “rediscovered classics”.
Photographer Verði ljós has documented Iceland’s burgeoning black metal scene in all its glory for Ditto’s newest book Svartmálmur.
A new book from Gestalten features some beautiful and unusual gas stations from around the world – and looks back to a time when the humble petrol station was something of a novelty
Tate Modern’s new exhibition brings together 100 years of experimental photography from the likes of Man Ray, László Moholy-Nagy and Maya Rochat. We talk to Curator Simon Baker about the show