PHM 2018 Grant second prize winner, Paolo Ciregia reconstructs the reportage photographs from his private archives of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict to create a different iconographic repertoire of war.
11 July 2018
A research on the life cycle of the jellyfish Aurelia - which regenerates itself and never dies - serves the author as a pretext to address the aspiration of immortality shared by man, art, science and religion.
19 July 2018
Australian photographer, Sarah Walker uses photographic trickery to transform everyday life into a projection of something spiritual, playfully exploring the idea that seeing is believing.
18 July 2018
In his book Mind the Gap, Joshua Lutz points to the physical, mental and psychological void we are confronted with in our daily lives.
12 July 2018
The Italian festival is set to open its 8th edition tomorrow with a great panel of guests, including 15 all female exhibitions and PHmuseum awarded photographers Poulomi Basu, Bieke Depoorter and Sanne De Wilde.
Poulomi Basu wins the main prize with Centralia, a multilayered fictional narrative that focuses on the interrelation between violence, state power, and gender.
£15,000 in cash prizes
2016 | Germany
2012 - 2015 | Attica, Greece
2016 - Ongoing | Victoria, Australia
2014 - Ongoing | Ukraine
2015 - Ongoing | Pitcairn
Create your free profile and upload your work to our curated community.
Laura Beltrán Villamizar
The documentary work of nine female-identifying visual journalists from around the globe, highlighting the stories that matter to them.
Search, discover and purchase relevant visual stories worldwide.
Get our weekly news and feel free to opt out at any time.