British Journal of Photography #7918

British Journal of Photography is the world’s longest-running photography magazine, in print since 1854. Each issue includes great articles, news, and images drawn from the best emerging and established contemporary photographers from around the world.

BJP provides crucial intelligence on the whole of the photographic industry through:- A diverse feature programme including reports on the latest projects and assignments - In-depth reviews of the latest equipment- Profiles of established photography legends as well as new talent to watch, including exclusive images- Exhibition, competition diary listings- Special reports from key events and relevant, up-to-the-minute market sector information.

British Journal of Photography announces the 2024 Ones to Watch issue, featuring 15 international artists who epitomise the talent and creativity within lens-based practice today.⁠ ⁠

This special magazine is the culmination of an exhaustive nomination process in which photography experts including Simon Baker, Bindi Vora, Charlotte Cotton and Myriam Boulos submitted hundreds of worthy image-makers. The 15 selected are each profiled and have their work published in this issue, the 13th iteration of Ones to Watch. Nominees from previous years include Salih Basheer, Rehab Eldalil and Micaiah Carter.⁠ ⁠

BJP’s 2024 Ones to Watch are:

Ibrahim Azab, Teva Cosic, Imane Djamil, Sènami Donoumassou, Saad Eltinay, Devashish Gaur, My-Lan Hoang-Thuy, Vuyo Mabheka, Michał Maliński, Karice Mitchell, Hashim Nasr, Bandia Ribeira, Farhana Satu, Rafael Soldi and Varvara Uhlik

The magazine cover is an image from Michał Maliński’s series ‘Vita Aeterna’, in which the Polish artist explores his grandmother’s interest in alternative medicines. This issue also features our regular Agenda and Intelligence sections, in which we preview the most exciting exhibitions – including Les Rencontres d’Arles and ‘The Real Thing’ at The Met – and interrogate current trends in photography and its changing institutions.⁠ ⁠