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    The Firecracker Photographic Grant, African Artists' Foundation x PHmuseum Photography Prize, and PHOTO IS:RAEL Meitar Award for Excellence in Photography are among the latest contests to launch their open calls. Check out how they can support the development of your visual stories.

    July's Photography Grants and Awards
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    In a recent book published by The Eyes, George Selley appropriates unclassified CIA documents in a multi-layered narrative, addressing the excess of politics with an ambiguity hinting at humour.

    Repurposing an Unclassified Central Intelligence Agency Archive
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    Dazzled by an apocalyptic beauty, by eclipse and fire, by joy, dread and dream, Poulomi Basu's Centralia is a docu-fiction that journeys deep into the forests of central India where a little-known and under-reported conflict between indigenous tribal people and the Indian state slowly simmers.

    PHmuseum 2018 Grant Winner Centralia to be Published as a Photobook
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    In her series What Do You Believe In, Henrike Stahl reflects upon how living with her daughter’s genetic condition has changed both her underlying perception of beauty and her journey through life.

    The Meaning of Beauty Revealed by Portraying Life with Down Syndrome
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    In black and white, John Trotter documents the use of water from the Colorado River, tackling the social, political, and environmental impact of the way it’s dealt with. Spanning years and kilometres, his ongoing essay is a dire political outcry.

    The Illusion of Limitless Water


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Home: Where I seek, I find myself

Curated by

Adama Delphine Fawundu & ​Laylah Amatullah Barrayn

The exhibition delves into the notion of home as a concrete or abstract concept. From heritage and community to the physical body, or the place we lay our head at night, home is central to our being.

Online until

22 July

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