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British Journal of Photography

Since its first edition in 1854, BJP has been at the cutting edge of photography, an indispensable resource for a worldwide creative community.

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Jono Rotman's project Mongrelism takes an intimate look at members of the Mongrel Mob – New Zealand’s largest, most notorious gang © Jono Rotman @images_vevey @herepress #Mongrelism #NewZealand


Diane Arbus: In The Beginning is on show from 13 February – 06 May 2019 at Hayward Gallery, London © The Estate of Diane Arbus, LLC #DianeArbus #InTheBegining


John Sauven, Executive Director of Greenpeace, photographed by @rhiannon_adam for #fracturedstories a British Journal of Photography commission supported by @ecotricity Today fracking begins at the Preston New Road site where Adam has been working on a long-term project, which will shed light on the untold stories surrounding the subject. Look out for updates on BJP’s story and the Fractured Stories highlights reel. #fracking #fracturedstories #rhiannonadam #prestonnewroad


Lu Nan's first book published in English, Trilogy, connects with something fundamentally human via images of rural Tibetans, Chinese Catholics, and psychiatric patients © Lu Nan @gost_books @magnumphotos #Trilogy


You decide who wins the Greenpeace Photo Award, out of seven photographers shooting stories with environmental themes across the globe. Voting Closes 31 October © Arko Datto @greenpeace @magazinegeo #GreenpeacePhotoAwards #Environment


Carla Kogelman's I am Waldviertel documents the coming-of-age of two sisters in a small rural village, north-east Austria, across seven summers © @carlakogelman #IamWaldviertel #DocumentaryPhotography #Sisters #ComingofAge


We Feed The World, featuring 50 photographers making the case for sustainable agriculture, is on show from 12-21 October at Bargehouse Gallery, OXO Tower Wharf, London © @mrspencermurphy @hannahreyesmorales @siandavey1 @wefeedtheworld @oxotowerwharf #WeFeedTheWorld #WorldFoodDay


Race, segregation and violence in Rosalind Fox Solomon’s Liberty Theater, available from MACK, and on show at the Stephen Bugler Gallery in Toronoto till 13 October © @rosalindfoxsolomon @mack_books @stephenbulgergallery #LibertyTheater


Matthew Craven's new book, PRIMER, uses found imagery from old school textbooks and reshapes them into mind-bending collages © #MatthewCraven @anthologyla #AnthologyEditions #PRIMER #FoundImagery


Ezra Acayan has won the 2018 Ian Parry Scholarship Award for Achievement for his series Duterte’s War On Drugs Is Not Over, which is now on show at World as Image, More London Riverside until 29 October © @ezra_acayan @ianparryscholar #IanParryScholarship2018 #MoreLondonRiverside #WaronDrugs


Growing up through the Troubles, Sean Hillen's politically-charged collages proved too hot to handle throughout the peace process. But now he's back, with a dummy book designed by Erik Kessels © Sean Hillen #SeanHillen #ErikKessels #Ireland #NorthernIreland #TheTroubles #Collages


Europe’s biggest photo fair returns – Paris Photo, 08-11 November © @simon_lehner @parisphotofair #ParisPhoto #PhotoFair