British Journal of Photography #7915

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.

Issue #7915: Spatial Awareness⁠

⁠Sebastián Bruno’s portrait is drawn from 10 years of work made in the towns and cities of Wales, a country the Argentinian originally intended to stay in for six months.⁠

In the latest cover feature, Bruno speaks with @aaschuman about the social and political history that has informed this work, now published as a book titled ‘Ta-ra’ – plus his photographic inspirations which include Paul Reas, Chris Killip and Anna Fox.⁠

This new edition of BJP is expanded, with more space given to emerging artist projects and industry-focused Intelligence essays. The magazine is now quarterly, led by new editor Diane Smyth.⁠