Conflict and war photographer works on a documentary project in Latvia.
He is a member of Magnum Photos and is currently the New York Magazine’s first ever photographer-in-residence.
“People are not used to look at the reality, it is always distorted, it’s always done for a certain meaning, certain proposal.”
Vitali Brusinski’s photographs reveal a post-Soviet phenomenon.
She is regarded as one of the most distinguished voices in contemporary photography in Germany today.
On 25 October this year’s Yearbook will be launched.
Internationally acclaimed war photographer comes to Nida in Lithuania.
He is a curator, expert and the Programme Director for ICP in New York.
The Programme Director of photography festival in Lodz on photo festivals in Poland.
He has established Agence VU and organised a photo festival in Cambodia.
Her portrait of Afghan woman Aisha is one of the most well-known photographs of our times.
Interview with John Fleetwood, the Head of Photography School and gallery in Johannesburg.