35mm Fun: Alex Pink
Today’s spotlight is on Alex Pink, a London-based photographer whose pictures capture the vivacity of street life.
Human Rights Human Wrongs
Not for the faint of heart, the shocking images of The Photographers' Gallery's Human Rights Human Wrongs focus not only on wrongdoings, but how they are portrayed - even distorted - by the media.
Berlinale 2015: Anton Corbijn’s ‘Life’
The director of 'Control' returns with an intriguing film about James Dean and LIFE photographer Dennis Stock.
Jon Uriarte's Manipulated Memories
The Spanish photographer's work "Album" is as insightful as it is creepy.
35mm Fun: Tobias König
City shots can fall into a number of clichés – decaying brutalism, whooshing glass-and-steel, postcard skylines – but Dortmund’s Tobias König manages to strike out in a variety of ways.
Beni Bischof's Books Are Fun
“A screwdriver walks into a bar. The bartender says, “Hey, we have a drink named after you!” The screwdriver responds, “You have a drink named Murray?”
Christopher Rauschenberg On Photography And The Blue Sky Gallery
‘I’ve seen people come into Blue Sky and really have their world view changed’. Christopher Rauschenberg speaks to Canvas about his 40 years in the photography business.
We Could Be Heroes
The term "Teenager" was invented in 1944 - one of many things you'll learn at The Photographer Gallery's new exhibition.
35mm Fun: Sasha Favorov
This week it's the glossy sheen of Sasha Favorov's limbs and objects on display - A Russian-based photographer whose work finds the place where "great inspiration borders great despair".
David Benjamin Sherry For MOCAtv
MOCAtv joined David Benjamin Sherry as he traveled to Joshua Tree National Park, California, to add to the canon of the art historical tradition of landscape photography.
A Look At The Deutsche Borse Photography Prize 2015 Finalists
This year's selection of Deutsche Borse Photography Prize finalists reveals a trend of global activism: offically censored and often unspoken historical trauma turned into physical image.
35mm Fun: Tommy Nease
For this week’s 35mm Fun, we meet Tommy Nease. Striking out from photographers looking for their style in education (but nonetheless inspired by Jung), a couple of years ago Nease took to the road and never looked back.