2017: A year in review

As we move into 2018, BJP review the themes explored in our 2017 editions and ask what you would like us to cover this year Staying true to the mission of bringing our readers the best of contemporary photography, in 2017 British Journal of Photography covered the most important practitioners, voices and ideas to come out of the industry. From the Female Gaze to Tales of the City, over 12 editions the magazine explored a range of themes, each addressing the medium from a timely and unique perspective. Now, looking back, we present a selection of important articles from the past year, covering some of the photographers and projects that shaped the photoworld in 2017. But, we’re also looking forward. As we move into 2018, we want to hear from you. Tell us which themes you would like to see covered in the upcoming year here ! From #BJP 7856: Tales of the City, Richard Renaldi reflects on shooting Manhattan Sunday The first issue of 2017 explored the theme of the city, considering how various subcultures have reconfigured it for their own use. BJP’s assistant editor Izabela Radwanska Zhang spoke to acclaimed American photographer Richard Renaldi about his latest […]

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