Category: Documentary Photography

Richard Mosse: Broken Spectre

Irish artist Richard Mosse’s most ambitious work to date, Broken Spectre, is a powerful response to the devastating and ongoing impact of deforestation in the Amazon Rainforest. It employs a dazzling array of photographic techniques.

Ben Brody: 300m

Ben Brody’s latest photobook 300m is a panoramic journey through the height of the American war in Afghanistan, framed in the context of the fall of Kabul and the ties that remain with friends and colleagues who currently live under Taliban rule.

Crystal Bennes: Klara and the Bomb

Klara and the Bomb is a photographical and historical work that charts connecting threads between the invention of modern computers, the history of nuclear weapons and, in particular, the narratives of the women involved.

Lottie Davies: Quinn

Quinn by photographer, artist and writer Lottie Davies is a prescient and timely meditation on grief, loss, loneliness, the search for meaning, and the possibility of redemption through time and landscape.

Andrea Diefenbach: Realitatea

Andrea Diefenbach’s images from the rural regions of the Republic of Moldova are a journey through time to a place that has been in an identity crisis since its independence 30 years ago.

Roger Grasas: Ha Aretz

Named after the Hebrew term referring to the Holy Land, Ha Aretz is a reinterpretation of the biblical stories amidst a globalized world of alien­ation and conflict.