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British Journal of Photography BJP Issue 7907 (Love/Ukraine) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. This month’s British Journal of Photography is an issue of two halves. The first half is informed by our main theme, Love, with a striking portrait shot by Marco Zanella gracing the cover. Flip the magazine over and you will find a second cover, shot by Ukrainian photographer Yelena Yemchuk. It includes a special section dedicated to stories about Ukrainian identity, culture, photography and the new reality of war.

Perhaps one of the most human emotions, love permeates so much of what we do. It has inspired and consumed artists for centuries, and it is no different for photographers today. We hear from Marco Zanella, Youqine Lefèvre, Karla Hiraldo Voleau, Dayanita Singh Simon Baker – the curator of MEP’s dazzling show of photographic ballads, Love Songs. We visit the home studio of Ed and Deanna Templeton in Huntington Beach, California, gaining an insight into their “claustrophobic relationship”. And in our Intelligence section, we ask what the nude selfie can represent by way of self-love and empowerment. Plus, discover our regular pick of the most exciting books to look out for this spring.

In our dedicated section on Ukraine, we explore work that was made in anticipation of the Russian invasion, and as a result of it. Mark Neville shares his new book and call to action, Stop Tanks with Books. Caimi & Piccinni document a nation preparing for war. And Yelena Yemchuk captures Ukrainian youth in Odesa. Elsewhere, Kateryna Radchenko highlights the new photojournalists of Ukraine, and in a roundtable discussion Anton Shebetko, Yulia Krivich and Pavlo Borshchenko discuss the role of art and photography in the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war.

The British Journal of Photography BJP is the world’s oldest and most influential photography magazine and home to some of the photography industry’s most prestigious awards. Their in-house agency connects the best photographic talent with major international brands to produce game-changing visual campaigns. Through the lenses of world-class photographers, British Journal of Photography explores rich and timely stories of art, culture, politics and society. BJP sets the bar for photographic journalism — and has done ever since writers like Arthur Conan Doyle and George Bernard Shaw first graced our pages in the 1800s. The British Journal of Photography is published by 1854, a multi-award winning digital media company that sits at the intersection of photography and everything.

Details: British Journal of Photography BJP – Issue 7907

178 pages, 28 x 21 cm, Softcover

Article No. bfbritishjournalph7907 Published by British Journal of Photography Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tag Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home Weight 780 g Dimensions 28 × 21 × 2 cm

British Journal of Photography BJP Issue 7907 (Love/Ukraine) is available now on loremnotipsum.com. This month’s British Journal of Photography is an issue of two halves. The first half is informed by our main theme, Love, with a striking portrait shot by Marco Zanella gracing the cover. Flip the magazine over and you will find a second cover, shot by Ukrainian photographer Yelena Yemchuk. It includes a special section dedicated to stories about Ukrainian identity, culture, photography and the new reality of war.

Perhaps one of the most human emotions, love permeates so much of what we do. It has inspired and consumed artists for centuries, and it is no different for photographers today. We hear from Marco Zanella, Youqine Lefèvre, Karla Hiraldo Voleau, Dayanita Singh Simon Baker – the curator of MEP’s dazzling show of photographic ballads, Love Songs. We visit the home studio of Ed and Deanna Templeton in Huntington Beach, California, gaining an insight into their “claustrophobic relationship”. And in our Intelligence section, we ask what the nude selfie can represent by way of self-love and empowerment. Plus, discover our regular pick of the most exciting books to look out for this spring.

In our dedicated section on Ukraine, we explore work that was made in anticipation of the Russian invasion, and as a result of it. Mark Neville shares his new book and call to action, Stop Tanks with Books. Caimi & Piccinni document a nation preparing for war. And Yelena Yemchuk captures Ukrainian youth in Odesa. Elsewhere, Kateryna Radchenko highlights the new photojournalists of Ukraine, and in a roundtable discussion Anton Shebetko, Yulia Krivich and Pavlo Borshchenko discuss the role of art and photography in the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war.

The British Journal of Photography BJP is the world’s oldest and most influential photography magazine and home to some of the photography industry’s most prestigious awards. Their in-house agency connects the best photographic talent with major international brands to produce game-changing visual campaigns. Through the lenses of world-class photographers, British Journal of Photography explores rich and timely stories of art, culture, politics and society. BJP sets the bar for photographic journalism — and has done ever since writers like Arthur Conan Doyle and George Bernard Shaw first graced our pages in the 1800s. The British Journal of Photography is published by 1854, a multi-award winning digital media company that sits at the intersection of photography and everything.

Details: British Journal of Photography BJP – Issue 7907

178 pages, 28 x 21 cm, Softcover

Article No. bfbritishjournalph7907 Published by British Journal of Photography Manufactured in United Kingdom Available in English Tag Reading situation Coffee Shop · Home Weight 780 g Dimensions 28 × 21 × 2 cm
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