“My Queer Blackness, My Black Queerness” is the digital project, protest and celebration of identity, including work from iconic photographers such as Tim Walker, Campbell Addy and Damien Frost.
DEUTSCHE BORSE PHOTOGRAPHY PRIZE: Stefanie Braun
Photography is big business now, and there’s none bigger than the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize. Now in its sixteenth year, the prize clocks in at a higher value than the Turner Prize. Wonderland talks to curator Stefanie Braun, who put together this year’s stunning show.
TWELFTH MAN PROJECT: The alternative Olympians
Olympics coverage has (already) hit saturation point and we’re bored of seeing super-serious athletes with their game face on. That’s why the Twelfth Man Project is so refreshing: photos of everyday Londoners in their best sporting gear, beautifully set against the hustle and bustle of the city. We interview Matt Cottis about his collaboration with […]
Selling Dreams: 100 Years of Fashion Photography
Selling Dreams: One Hundred Years of Fashion Photography is the new exhibition slated to show at the Light House Media Centre as the first touring exhibition from the Victoria & Albert’s Collection. It will portray the rise and significance of fashion photography through illustrated magazines. The photographs will attempt to create a dialogue between fashion […]
Naked With Mari Sarai
Photographer Mari Sarai speaks to Wonderland about her latest exhibition “Naked,” which is a celebration of women and the power of nudity.
Meet Damon Baker
Damon Baker walks one of those untouchable fashion lines between youth and talent. His images exude sex and youth, and demand a second look. For Wonderland’s latest issue, Baker traveled to Antwerp to shoot Walter von Beirendonck’s fashion archives with stylist Way Perry. We spoke with him about favourite designers, London haunts and his experience […]
Well known for his satirical interpretation of the British classes through his artwork, Martin Parr is currently showing his retrospective at Gateshead’s BALTIC gallery. Francesca Gavin talks to the photographer about his covert approach to attaining his shots and being unashamedly middle class.