Fotografiska in Stockholm, Sweden, is one of Europe’s great photographic successes, and a new kind of museum, opened in 2010. Pauline Benthede, Fotografiska’s Exhibitions Manager, tells Redeye’s Paul Herrmann the story behind the organisation.
Need a bit of help to kickstart your motivation for the year ahead?
This year, we bring you a blog post filled with advice and reflection from eight leading photographers.
Aswell as one piece of advice for 2016, we asked each photographer to tell us what they felt was their 'defining moment' of last year, giving a unique insight into their photographic practice.
Read their answers below.
Which photography news did you find most interesting in 2015? Reflecting on the year, we've pulled together the stories from around the web you viewed, shared, and clicked on most from Redeye's tweets.
2015 began with some bad news as significant cuts were announced to the Library of Birmingham causing hundreds to lose their jobs, and photography hub Grain to lose their connection to the Library's archives. In January, the British Photographic Council wrote a letter to Birmingham City Council, in response to the cuts:
Katrina Houghton is blogging for Redeye as part of CVAN NW's Critical Writing Programme. In her lastest post, she reviews The Phantoms of Congo River by Nyaba Ouedraogo. This exhibition is currently on display at The Study, Manchester Museum's new community research centre, where visitors are invited 'to use the museum's collections and tools, spaces and resources to pursue your own creativity and research'.