News — Photography
Tomorrow London's Photographer's Gallery will host the launch of Victory Park, a photo book by Latvian photographer Arnis Balcus exploring one of Riga's most significant and history-rich locations.
For her series Out of the Way, Russian photographer Elena Anosova travelled to Russia's Extreme North to explore life in a tiny settlement once home to her ancestors. Her examination of the close relationship between humans and nature that so characterises existence here, together with an inescapable isolation, has won her international acclaim.
Our photo of the week by Polish photographer Pawel Fabjanski is a meditation on idol worship.
The Calvert Journal is pleased to announce our media partnership with Riga Photomonth 2017 commencing this May.
New York's Czech Centre is currently hosting Baby, I Like It Raw, an exhibition bringing together photography and video to explore eastern Europe's post-communist youth culture.
For the last week The Calvert Journal has been travelling across Russia to host a series of workshops on digital storytelling. Having finished the first leg of their travels, our editor Nadia Beard, together with Will Strong, Programme Manager for Calvert 22 Foundation, have visited Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg and Sochi so far. Can you recognise which Russian city is captured in our photo of the week?
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Our photo of the week taken by Bulgarian photographer Krasimira Butseva is dedicated to her grandmother, who lived through communism with a little known life-saving secret.
St Petersburg is known for its imperial grandeur and palaces lining the geometrical lines of perfectly parallel and perpendicular avenues. Local and visiting Instagram stars rarely pay homage to the city's suburbs and high rises — after all, they're not as vast and ubiquitous as those in Moscow and other Russian cities, where the cult of concrete is much more prominent.