Ben Radcliffe for 5Eleven Magazine
2023 has been a busy and successful year for British actor Ben Radcliffe..
2023 has been a busy and successful year for British actor Ben Radcliffe..
I Stayed Up All Night to Find Out. From TikTok-famous curry houses to 160 BPM trance nights, we head out till 6AM to see if Bristolians can rave till down.
Anais Stupka is a London-based, Georgian-Italian multimedia artist who grew up in 14 different parts of the world. At age 12 she became the youngest winner of the World Photography Awards, shortlisted for that award for a second time in 2020 & started working in the world of the arts & activism from a very young age...
Large prints £100. New prints available.
We're a fierce female collective sparking change through art, delving into crucial topics often left unexplored. Our mission is to unleash the truth, raise awareness and create impact! That was HER SAY, now what’s YOURS ?!
This series is about people coming together to play sports in public spaces. I was fascinated by how people go out to play sports in public places building teams with people they are often meeting for the first time on the pitch...
Aries brings together sensibilities from both worlds (high fashion and streetwear) — something that’s far more common today than it was in 2009, when the brand was founded.
IN PHOTOS: LONDONERS COME TOGETHER TO DEMAND A CEASEFIRE IN GAZA. Half a million people flooded the streets of the city, with hundreds taking part in a sit-in to call for the end of violence in Palestine.
The Road to Nowhere celebrates the superpowers of diaspora creatives. Writing, art, and photography from 26 creatives comes together in the new issue of The Road to Nowhere.
Underground Unmastered is a documentary project focusing on the growing number of illegal raves across London and the UK.
Hackney Colours is a lyrical exploration of my neighbourhood to capture its essence and to celebrate difference and the people of this borough.
2023 Winner for Emerging Photojournalism & Documentary for his project South of the River.
“When I put on the mask, I'm transformed. The mask gives me strength. The mask gives me fame. The mask is magical...” — El Hijo del Santo
Blumenhaus Magazine is a luxurious hybrid of an art book and a magazine founded and designed by Camille Gressier and Isabelle Laydier Kristensen, that focuses around botany with a wide approach from philosophy to art, fashion and documentary. For this new issue, we traveled to Ojai to capture the beautiful orange season in the valley with our friend Liv Nowtash, under the luminous snow covered TopaTopa Mountains.
Pomegranate Press and Balm present a new cross-continental group book centered around the loose theme of “Playfulness” — our dual attempt to capture, in some way, what it might mean to have fun, explore and be curious about the world around us. What we uncover when we allow ourselves to look closer at beauty wherever we may find it. Featuring Freya Najade amongst others.
They looked through windows that felt like frames for the art of nature in all its glory, made a fire and talked about life.
The innocence of black boys has always been secured by the limits of their curiosity. A curiosity they shouldn’t chase past a certain line though..
Trenton Junior, is a 27-year-old American photographer living on the East Coast US. Junior found his calling making music, quickly realizing that images held power when words fell short. His passion is unveiling the spirit of overlooked people and communities. He captures the energy of the diaspora with an unanticipated perspective. Like a poet finding verse in silence, Junior makes the invisible visible.
Freya reflects on her formative years in Germany, her instinct-driven photographic practice, and the metamorphosis of her surroundings into powerful visual narratives.
An online gallery space that gives back to important causes through the sale of our curated shop.
Exhibition opening on 14th Sept at The Hackney Museum and Picture Houses
Alex Lutostanska and Morgan Parker are business partners, friends, and fierce advocates for female entrepreneurship.
Kiera will be exhibited at The National Portrait Gallery as part of their year’s Taylor Wessing Photo Portrait Prize 2023. Freya was selected from 5020 entries from 1785 photographers and the exhibition runs from 9th November 2023 to 25th February 2024.
Capturing Cardiff's Drum and Bass Culture Through the Lens of Yushy
NSO Battersea Framing Architecture Project
Now a new generation of British South Asian artists want their music to go global.
A snapshot series covering my time in Botswana.
'For me, just being out on my bike, camera in bag.. is incredibly liberating'
Yushy, the acclaimed photographer, has carved a niche for himself by specialising in capturing the very soul of crowds – be it at protests, riots, festivals, uprisings, or music events.
The Hackney Marshes is part of the new Fotofilmic Journal 17. Print copies will be available from mid July.
Yushy, the acclaimed photographer, has carved a niche for himself by specialising in capturing the very soul of crowds – be it at protests, riots, festivals, uprisings, or music events. With a profound appreciation for detail and an intuitive grasp of the significance of these gatherings, Yushy is a master at peeling back the layers and revealing what lies beneath the surface.
Amaffi’s Luxurious Summer Scents Are Holidays In A Bottle
Amidst the harsh conditions and formidable obstacles, there exists an eerie beauty that only the Arctic landscape can provide. Ben Perry went on this journey to document, as an intrepid observer, the snow-covered ice roads, and majestic mountain ranges.
Doused in bright sunlight, friends and strangers are immortalized in front of Nico Froehlich’s lens, coming together to form “South of the River” — a fond portrait of the area of London where he grew up.
Hear from photographers Zaineb Abelque and Nico Froehlich, in conversation with Rawanne Koumaira, Curator of Youth Programmes at The Photographers’ Gallery.
tender images documenting south east london’s enduring working-class community
Britain’s race delusion - Tomiwa Owolade argues that American culture wars obscure black British identity – but are racial borders less fixed than he admits?
We speak to two agents and a producer to get a sense of how their role has shifted over the years, what they look for and how they keep their roster happy.
Gods, Goddesses, and Jungle Spice: Behind Amaffi's New Perfumes. Out now in Vogue
Nico Froehlich's photographs are a reminder of London's overlooked, authentic elements.
The Spaces in between private view
Thursday 6th July 2023 RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
'Cities are built on trade and shops have been a mainstay of human existence for thousands of years. It remains as essential now, as it was then' Photographer Elliot Jones on his latest project 'Everything Must Go' for FWord Magazine
In todays world, even seems to be talking about ADHD, and many kids are being labelled with it. We thought it was important to try and shine a light on the positives surrounding ADHD, given we are working alongside a lot of creatives that do have this condition. We feel artists are a shining example of how ADHD can be a superpower, especially in the field of photography and directing, and here’s why…
Anais & Dax is a photographer/director duo based in Los Angeles and London. Dax Henry and Anaïs Wade met in L.A, fell in love, and have been shooting together ever since.
Freya Najade is a photographer living and working in London. She is especially interested in the commonplace. She finds beauty in moments and places that are often missed and overlooked, and she illuminates tensions and contradictions of our complex realities and the world we live in.
Metz + Racine worked with community led initiative Every One Every Day alongside All in Awe, to deliver morning sessions to help local people improve their photography skills.
Anaïs flew to Texas to shoot for Mother Tongue Magazine back in January. The editors Natalia and Melissa had shared that writer Dina Gachman had pitched a story about her great-aunt who had set fire to her house in protest against her then husband who abused her...
I have a longstanding fascination with shooting people through windows. Outside, looking in or inside looking out. Like an extension of my soul, these images are like seeing the world through my eyes, observing these beautiful everyday moments of life that normally go unnoticed.
Proud to announce Nico Froehlich as the series winner of the Lens Culture Portrait Awards 2023.
James Deavin wins 1st place at the Sony World Photo Awards. An exhibition of his work is up and running now until 4th May at Somerset House.
In pictures: 2023 Sony World Photography Awards
A hitch-hiker in the baking Saudi desert: James Deavin’s best photograph at the Sony Photography Awards
Exhibition coming 4th May exploring community and spaces with GPE London and Art Acumen.
Nico Froehlich explores everyday life in south-east London in this meditative set of images
Foreland Artist spotlight work in progress project.
Ian used to be our neighbor in Venice. As he shared some of his delicious honey from his beehives with us, he told us about how Paul and him rescue feral bees all around Los Angeles, foster them and find them great homes.
As mothers and entrepreneurs, we know all too well the challenges of balancing work and parenting responsibilities.
For International Women’s day, I wanted to bring awareness to and celebrate the strong working women I know, who either have forged a way in for themselves as a minority in their fields...
Digital Nomads - the opportunity to live life on your own terms and create your own path - We say YES to this!
Across the West, racial injustice has become one of the most divisive issues of our age. Debate abounds around racism, identity, diversity, immigration and colonial history, and, in the rush to address injustice, Britain has followed the lead of the world's dominant power: America. We judge ourselves by America's standards, absorb its arguments and follow its agenda. But what if we're looking in the wrong place?
The politics of urban space: who the city is for, who is empowered and who is marginalised? A topic documented by Nico Froehilch and passionately backed by AMP.
Flowers Together pt 2. Conceived as a series of one-day shoots over the course of three years, Metz + Racine welcomed thirteen new collaborators into their studio, and in turn, together onto the printed page.
A selection of photographers represented by Amp Agency have donated works, raising funds for Unicef’s appeal for children affected by the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria.
A subject of constant inspiration, flowers are returned to by the photographic duo Metz and Racine for an exhibition and book, ‘Flowers / Together pt 2’.
Photographic duo Barbara Metz and Eve Racine, who have worked together for 18 years, have turned their talents to flowers with their latest personal project, a limited-edition book titled Flowers / Together Pt. 1