The Russian-born image-maker is one of three artists shortlisted for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2021. She discusses her latest project, Rosemary and Thyme.
Free online talk: Gideon Mendel, RPS Honorary Fellow, in conversation with Gareth Evans, Whitechapel Gallery’s Adj. Moving Image Curator.
Just in time for Halloween...
A feature length documentary film looking at the ethereal and other worldly images of photographer Sir Simon Marsden.
The V&A explores the power of photography to transform the familiar into the unfamiliar, and how fact and fiction merge, in an exhibition of more than 50 new acquisitions.
The theme for this month's member competition is ‘Street Activity’. Get outside and capture what you see – from documentary to drama, local sights to landscapes, show us your most vivid images.
IFE NKILI is an annual Black women's arts festival celebrating the beauty of black culture, identity and heritage. Join us at RPS House for a screening of the festival as part of Black History Month.
A new photography exhibition at IWM London, coordinated by the RPS, brings together over 50 contemporary portraits of Holocaust survivors and their families.
An online talk celebrating Mary Somerville's early photographic experiments, that have been largely overlooked. In partnership with Photo Oxford Festival.
Join Jon Tonks and writer Christopher Lord who will be talking about their new book The Men Who Would Be King which is published in October by Dewi Lewis Publishing, just in time for BOP21.
A series of short 2-hour workshops focused on the creativity of photography. Beginner-friendly, these workshops are heavily visual and run by an experienced tutor.