Covid-19 has disrupted education at all levels, including university degrees. Recent photography graduate Benedict Moore, who attended Manchester School of Art, speaks to three other graduates about the difficulties – and upsides – of studying during lockdown
When Covid-19 forced cultural institutions to close, exhibitions and events migrated online. But how much of this has centred on the needs of disabled communities, who called for remote access long before the pandemic?
With perspectives from Juan Brenner, Charlotte Schmitz, Harley Weir and Josué Rivas, we explore how the last year has changed the way photographers approach their practice
A new exhibition at the MOCP in Chicago raises questions of women’s agency over their bodies in the present day
As photography festivals innovate and restructure, questions surrounding the purpose and functionality of the gallery have been raised.
A year of job cuts and financial turmoil in the creative industries has unmasked fundamental issues of inequality, rooted within the system long before the pandemic. We ask, what can they do better?