Now in its second issue, Circus is absurdly large anti-beauty magazine. Here, its founder tells us more about its ethos and production process
Journey through Sari Soininen’s transformative acid trip, the new Centre for British Photography, and the photo journal keeping Hanoi’s scene alive in some of this month’s most read stories
“It’s a way for me and my mum to heal our relationship, for us to get closer and for me to get to know her in a different way,” says Aria Shahrokhshahi, of his OpenWalls Arles winning portrait: Mum went and Fell
As nominations pour in for Laura Poitras’ All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, Daisy Woodward speaks to the film’s director about shame, bravery, and Goldin’s life in activism
A major exhibition at Foam presents newfound material from Cole’s extensive documentation of apartheid in South Africa
The award-winning photographers Rosem Morton, Rania Matar and September Bottoms discuss validation, community and empowering women through photography
A new exhibition at the International Center of Photography brings together portraits of famous faces by Tacita Dean, Brigitte Lacombe and Catherine Opie
The work forms a stand against the racist scientist Louis Agassiz, who first commissioned the portraits.
Hoping to reignite appreciation for a ‘neglected’ UK photo scene, James Hyman will open the Centre for British Photography at the end of this month. How will the new institution serve the community?
The new director talks about her darkroom upbringing in Sydney, life as an intern, and her transparency drive at the UK’s most prestigious photography institution