Life, as we knew it in London, stopped on March the 23rd when the Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a full lockdown in an unprecedented broadcast to the nation.

Dougie Wallace’s depiction of London, crippled by the COVID pandemic, through snapshots of its iconic red buses, tells us the story…

Photographer Giles Duley is working on a project with UNHCR and as part of that is going through his extensive archive looking for ways to illustrate what's going on now.

This was a series Duley worked on over a few years between 2015 and 2018. He wanted to document some of the shelters refugees were living in, in Iraq, Lebanon and Jordan. He wanted people to understand, that rarely do refugees live in the NGO provided canvas tents we see on TV. So Duley focused his camera on the buildings, excluding people from the images.

Now as these areas are in a lockdown due to the Corona Virus pandemic they take on a new meaning. Imagining families isolating in these confined rudimentary spaces!!

INSTITUTE is exceptionally fortunate to represent and collaborate with some of the worlds leading visual storytellers. Today, Friday March 8th we highlight a few projects made by or where the main protagonist/s are women.

Susana Raab a photographer based in DC produced an incredible semi-autobiographical feature based on a racial…

In our capitalist economy, in which all aspects of people’s lives are commercialised, investors identify cities as spaces for conducting business and reaping profits. Investors exploit our cities with the support of various administrations, and in direct conflict with the rights of inhabitants. …

Danish-born Klaus Thymann is a multi award-winning photographer, filmmaker, writer and creative director. He has developed an original viewpoint having worked across a wide range of subjects and media, utilising a cross-disciplinary skill-set combining in-depth digital knowledge, image making, mapping, documentary and exploration.

Thymann started working as a photographer at…

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