A hidden collection of pictures rescued from a skip depicts a story of hopes and dreams.
A photographic portrait of the lives of people from the Black Country.
In this film made to accompany Richard Long’s 2009 Tate Britain exhibition Heaven and Earth, the artist talks about his ideas and shares unique archive footage of his creative process
duration: 4 mins
In this 1986 clip, Martin Parr can be seen taking photographs around Manchester
duration: 9 mins
London boasts one of the most diverse populations in the world. To mark the Olympics and Paralympics, The Photographers' Gallery commissioned 204 portraits of 204 Londoners, each originating from one of the competing nations.
Peter Fraser is a contemporary photographer who has been at the forefront of colour photography as a fine art medium since the early 1980s
duration: 3 mins
An exclusive interview with photographer William Klein and a first-ever glimpse behind the scenes at his Paris studio. His work is part of an exhibition at Tate Modern
duration: 11 mins
Daido Moriyama, whose work is being exhibited at Tate Modern, uses an ordinary compact camera and never stops shooting. He is one of Japan’s most celebrated photographers
Artist Lynette Yiadom-Boakye discusses family memories during the Serpentine Gallery's Memory Marathon
duration: 19 mins
Artist Chuck Close discusses the impact his grandmother had on his work and how suffering from face blindness has influenced his career
duration: 6 mins
Sports presenter Pat Nevin goes to the Olympic Park in East London to talk with the artist in residence Neville Gabie, who’s ‘Playing Away’ series, a photographic project based on goalposts from all over the world, is in the Tate Collection
Nights of fire and vibrant chaos in Monica Connell's circus photographs
The circus body stripped bare in Bertil Nilsson's photography book Undisclosed
General William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, is buried in Abney Park Cemetery, where The London Requiem will premiere. To mark the centenary of his death, we publish a series of photographs taken in Salvation Army hostels between 1959 and 1982, by acclaimed photographer John Claridge.
Movement 7 of The London Requiem has a strong association with nature as in many cases burial grounds have become the green lungs of the city. This series of photographs called Green East End by artist-printmaker and photographer Peter Boorman, shows some of the open public spaces in the city's most densely populated borough, Tower Hamlets