British Journal of Photography #7909
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The British Journal of Photography has been providing the latest photography news and features since 1854. Through the lenses of world-class photographers, British Journal of Photography explores rich and timely stories of art, culture, politics and society.
This issue's theme is Tradition & Identity and includes the work of:
- Guatemalan documentary photographer Juan Brenner, who explores tradition in relation to today’s youth in his homeland, and whose image graces this edition’s cover.
- Alys Tomlinson shares her latest portrait series of Italian villagers from Sicily, Sardinia and the Venetian Lagoon.
- And, Native American Apsáalooke artist Wendy Red Star is in conversation with Raquel Villar Pérez about her new monograph, Delegation.
- We speak to Baldwin Lee, a largely unknown photographer who shines an honest light on the hardships endured by the people of the American South in the 80s and still today.
- There are also special features on the new Barbican show chronicling the late, rallying feminist Carolee Schneeman’s oeuvre and a revisit of Larry Towell’s series, The Mennonites.
- Turkey’s photography scene is in focus, guided by the expertise of local writer and curator Merve Arkunlar.
London, UK; 230 x 300mm; 180 pages; Since 1854
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