Essays:

 

Colin Pantall / New Brighton Revisited.

 

Hamish Park / Another Europe

 

N. A. Vague / #real #me #ad

 

Bill Knight / Charlie Bibby – working photographer

 

Pippa Healy / Sick

 

Erica Payet / Franklyn Rodgers and Marcia Michael, at Autograph ABP

 

Philomena Epps / ‘Under Cover: A Secret History Of Cross-Dressers’ at The Photographers Gallery

 

Gemma Padley / An unlikely gallery: the ruined fort opening itself up to art

 

Gayle Chong Kwan / The People’s Forest: paths through photography, politics, people, and place

 

Bill Knight / Clive Barda – working photographer.

 

Colin Pantall / Lua Ribeira: Lose the Noise and you Lose the Meaning

 

John Goto / Art Style

 

Jessa Fairbrother / Working with emotions in photography

 

Caroline Molloy / Dwelling: In this space we breathe. Works by Khadija Saye at the Venice Biennale 2017

 

Greg Leach / Over-Still – Reflections on Staged Photography

 

Francesca Marcaccio Hitzeman / ‘Im Seyoung In America: 1955 to 1956’ by Mikyoung Jun Pearce

 

Lucy Macmillan / Coming out of the Shadows : on the work of Mahtab Hussain’s ‘You Get Me?’ series

Paul Boyling / David Arnoff & Jane England: Counterculture Documentarians

 

Justine Varga / Maternal Line

 

Simon Bowcock / Down to Earth – A revaluation of British colour photography

 

Dr. Katherine Parhar / James Pfaff: Alex & Me

 

Dr. Katherine Parhar / On ‘Beloved Curve’ by Sarah Amy Fishlock

 

Henrietta Landells / Blue Skies and Error Screens in David Birkin’s Documents of the New York Skyline

 

Simon Constantine / Against the Present: Critical Romanticism in Mark Wright’s ‘The Fireside and the Sanctuary’

 

Camilla Brown / The surreal in the work of Clare Strand

 

Patricia Baker-Cassidy / Sir Benjamin Stone and Homer Sykes: Two compelling photographic historians

 

Claire Holland / O’Keeffe and the Camera

 

Catherine Yass / Snæfells: On the work of Philipp Dorl and Ryan L. Moule

 

Camilla Brown / The evolving relationship between an artist and the landscape in the work of Chrystel Lebas

 

Greg Leach / The Crawlers: The Genesis of Social Documentary Photography