For his new postcard series, artist James Springall pieces together collages highlighting the anxieties of the UK’s small towns.
Featuring five short visuals and an interactive app, 2097: We Made Ourselves Over imagines a world 80 years from now in which humans come together as agents of change.
The exhibition, dedicated to the ‘British way of life and character’, will open in London next month.
Photographer John Spinks shoots the changing face of a small British mining town for his latest book, The New Village.
Since the Conservatives came to power in 2010 life expectancy in Britain has near enough stopped increasing, after a century of constant growth.
These Islands weaves together poetry, essays and photographic portraits of Great Britain to celebrate its grey skies and rain-drenched dreamy light.
For the past two years, photographer Sophie Green has headed to Wiltshire to capture the mystery and magic of the centuries-old Solstice celebrations.
A radically different future is within our reach today. So why be disillusioned? Take a lesson from the people of Iran: get out there and vote.
Photographer Mahtab Hussain's portraits explore race and representation, respect and cultural difference in a community under attack.
Theresa May's long awaited Brexit speech was intended to calm our fears about Britain's future, but instead the outlook is now even bleaker than before.
Photographer CJ Clarke presents a decade of photography and a short film on Basildon, a microcosm of white working-class Britain, at Huck’s 71a Gallery.
Over the course of a decade, CJ Clarke has been exploring what it means to be white, middle-class and English by documenting life in the remarkably unremarkable town of Basildon.