April 26, 2013

Friday Round Up - 26th April

Alison Stieven-Taylor's story in March, "Death of a Festival" about the demise of Foto Freo, Australia’s most successful and longest running photography festival, hit a nerve with the directors of Australia’s other major photography festivals, namely Ballarat International Foto Biennale and Sydney’s Head On. Read the full story on this week's Friday Round Up.

April 19, 2013

Friday Round Up - 19 April

This week Friday Round Up features a photo essay by Vlad Sokhin on child slavery in Haiti, book reviews on new works by Anthony S. Karen and Hans-Christian Schink, an exhibition by Robert Rooney The Box Brownie Years and images from legendary photojournalist Tim Page as part of Tim Page Unseen exclusive to Photojournalism Now.

(C) Tim Page

(C) Anthony S. Karen

(C) Robert Rooney

(C) Hans-Christian Schink

(C) Vlad Sokhin

April 12, 2013

Friday Round Up - 12 April

This week Friday Round Up is jam packed with great photography starting with an amazing, and disturbing photo essay by young American photographer Sara Lewkowicz, a review of the book "If You Knew Me You Would Care", a new photography gallery opens in Sydney and more photographs from iconic photojournalist Tim Page as part of the Tim Page Unpublished series exclusive to Photojournalism Now. Enjoy the weekend wherever you are.

(C) Tim Page

(C) Sara Lewkowicz

(C) Rennio Maifredi

(C) James Brickwood

April 05, 2013

Friday Round Up - 5 April

This week Friday Round Up features a photo essay from Philippe Schneider "Where We Live Matters," Anastasia Taylor-Lind's The National Womb exhibition opens in Madrid, Kyotographie festival makes its debut, and a reminder to check out Tim Page Unseen - unpublished photos from legendary conflict photographer exclusive to Photojournalism Now. Have a great weekend.

(c) Anastasia Taylor-Lind - The National Womb

(c) Tim Page Afghanistan

(c) Philippe Schneider - Where We Live Matters

(c) Nicolas Bouvier - Kyotographie Festival