British Journal of Photography’s first issue of 2022 is themed Home. The idea of this space is complex; for photographers, it can be the inspiration or the backdrop of new projects, where the most personal and intimate parts of life are candidly shared. The Eye Mama platform, for example, is a space for photographer mothers to exchange images and dialogues surrounding the complex experience of motherhood under lockdown. Our other featured photographers include Stephen Gill, Alba Zari, Mimi Plumb, Campbell Addy, Teju Cole, Anders Edström, Coco Capitán, Elle Pérez, Batia Suter and Naima Green.
We visit the studio of Marton Perlaki, celebrate 10 years of Kyotographie festival and explore the photography community of Lisbon. Plus, our pick of favourite photobooks and a special feature on the work of our Portrait of Humanity 2021 series winners: Alexa Vachon, Edgar Martins and Hyoyeon Kim.