Looking onwards: 18 photographers envision hope for the future
We invited 18 photographers from around the world to share an image each that envisions something hopeful for our future after isolation.
YES FUTURE 2020 – Études and photographers against COVID-19
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Études has reached out to its creative community to launch YES FUTURE 2020, a print sale of photographs to raise funds for All United Against Coronavirus.
Michael Lundgren – Geomancy
Since the late 1990s Michael Lundgren’s photographic pilgrimages into the deserts of Arizona, Utah and Mexico have been an attempt to restore what he feels we have lost touch with – an Earth-centred mythology.
Paris 2019: Our top photography picks
Diane Smyth rounds up the unmissable events around this year's Paris Photo, including the First PhotoBook Awards and the Photography Magazine Salon at the MEP.
Lisa Barnard – The Canary and the Hammer
Lisa Barnard's 'The Canary and the Hammer' searches for gold throughout cultural history and questions its contemporary value.
Photolucida Critical Mass 2019 – Our Picks
Paper Journal's Founding Editor-in-Chief Patricia Karallis was invited to judge Photolucida's Critical Mass 2019. Here she selects five of her favourite entries.
Tbilisi Photo Festival 2019
Over the course of 10 days, Tbilisi Photo Festival, the premier event in the wider Caucasus region, returned to Georgia for its tenth annual celebration of world-class photography with a lively program of outstanding exhibitions and engaging events.
Jack Davison – Photographs
Kris Koslowski Moore considers the 'constant oscillation between veiling and unveiling' of Jack Davison's 'Photographs', published by Loose Joints.
Sybren Vanoverberghe – Conference Of The Birds
Sybren Vanoverberghe’s 'Conference of the Birds' presents a shifting, composite view of a destroyed Iranian village, but one that resists adding up to a complete picture.
Summer Festival Spotlight
Giada de Agostinis rounds up five of the best European photography festivals to visit this summer.
Same Paper – Closing Ceremony 2
The latest issue of 'Closing Ceremony' looks to America to present contemporary photography dealing with gender, politics, class and consumption.
Raymond Meeks – Halfstory Halflife
American photographer Raymond Meeks has documented cliff divers over multiple summers, and has now brought them together in his new book 'Halfstory Halflife'.
Mark Steinmetz – Past K-Ville
Darren Campion writes on photographer Mark Steinmetz' book 'Past K-Ville', published by Stanley Barker.
Paper Journal photobook – announcing our selected photographers
We are pleased to announce the 4 chosen photographers for our first photobook. Each artist was chosen after submitting their work to our photobook call-out, which ran from 18 June - 6 July. We received over 400 submissions during the 3-week call-out and were very impressed by the standard of work.
Paper Journal 01 launch at New York Art Book Fair
We are excited to announce that we are launching 'Paper Journal 01' at this year’s edition of the New York Art Book Fair.