Established in 1854, British Journal of Photography is the world’s longest-running photography magazine. We place an emphasis on innovation and invention; showcasing the best of contemporary photography and engaging with both the emerging and established photographers creating it.
For Portrait of Britain, the BJP envisaged an exhibition for the people, by the people, celebrating the many faces of British society. With the 100 winning portraits being showcased across the UK on a network of digital screens, our latest issue, Portrait of Britain, will present a selection of this year’s entries in print.
The upcoming issue will also feature the work of Brian Griffin, Trevor Appleson, Mathieu Pernot and Rob Hornstra, insights from leading photo editors on commissioning portraiture, and an interview with The Joel and Anne Ehrenkranz Chief Curator of Photography at MOMA, Quentin Bajac.
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