It's an exciting day at the World Photography Organisation as the Sony World Photography Awards 2021 is now open! There are a few changes to this year's Awards, such as new categories...take a read to discover what's new
Women in photography - Camilla Brown, a curator, writer and lecturer of contemporary art gives us her thoughts on this topical subject.
From a project about her lost father to a recent film focusing on the survivors of the Armenian Genocide (1915), Diana Markosian is not someone to shy away from heavy subjects.
Simon Brann Thorpe's series 'Toy Soldiers', a contemporary and compelling Alegory of war, was shortlisted in the Professional Conceptual category of the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards.
In today’s post, Harry Rose from theprintspace speaks to photographer Travis Hodges on his latest project “Gotta Catch Em All” taking a look at the current craze, PokemonGo.
Brent Stirton was shortlisted in both the Arts & Culture (The Last Samurai) and Contemporary Issues (First Sight) categories in the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards.
Photographer/artists Patrick Willocq was shortlisted in the Professional Portraiture category of the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards with his series 'Walé 2ème Regard'.
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