Curated by Martin Parr and WassinkLundgren, The Chinese Photobook reveals the richness and diversity of China’s largely unexplored history of photobook publishing. Spanning from 1900 to 2014, the exhibition includes key titles by established and emerging Chinese artists.
Olga Sviblova considers the work of Russian photographer Nikolai Bakharev, nominated for this year’s Deutsche Börse Photography Prize.
Susan Schuppli considers the digitally rendered spaces of James Bridle’s project Seamless Transitions. Behind the closed doors of high security locations in the UK, we are invited to witness – wrapped in the fluid form of computer animation – the architecture, administration and politics of the War on Terror.
Joséphine Michel is a French Photographer, who has recently collaborated with the Finnish electroacoustic composer Mika Vainio to produce the book and audio CD, Halfway to White.
Anthony Faramelli visits the Human Rights Human Wrongs exhibition at The Photographers’ Gallery and asks, how far exactly we have come in the ongoing struggle for racial equality?
Installation view, Staging Disorder, London College of Communication. Image: Studio Hato Staging Disorder, a new exhibition and book considering the relationship between photography, sound art and modern conflict launched recently at London College of Communication.