The British Journal of Photography April 2019: Street View

The British Journal of Photography
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From candid scenes of Dublin life and a collaborative project in the Welsh Valleys to a road trip across America and walking the postcolonial landscape of African capital cities – in the April issue, the BJP hit the streets.

Featuring Eamonn Doyle’s multi-sensory and expansive works, built around his photographs of everyday street life in his home city. Plus, Mark Power reveals the first dispatch from his decade-long odyssey across the US to document the towns and landscapes of a country in flux. In the heart of post-industrial South Wales, Clémentine Schneidermann and Charlotte James find willing creative collaborators for their hybrid documentary fashion shoots.

Guy Tillim reflects on recent African history, as seen through its post-colonial architecture. The BJP talks to Sara Cwynar ahead of her latest exhibition, Image Model Muse. Plus South Korean photographer Jun Ahn on the role of life, death and coincidence in her work.

Clément Chéroux, senior curator at SFMoMA, discusses his latest show, snap+share, and François Cheval talks about his involvement with Circulation(s), the Parisian festival devoted to young European photography talent, which returns in April.

The BJP also meet Arwed Messmer, shortlisted for this year’s Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize.

This month’s Projects section presents alternative visions of often misconstrued lives, from the Xinjiang region of China to countercultural youth in Iran. And in the Intelligence section the BJP talk to RaMell Ross about his Oscar-nominated film, Hale County This Morning, This Evening. Also featuring Maria Joudina, founder of feline-focused Puss Puss magazine, and a view on Fujifilm’s fast and flexible T-X3 camera.

Published by The British Journal of Photography
98 pages
230 x 300 mm.
Softcover
ISBN 977000711913504

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