Showcasing the best in new photography through artists pushing the boundaries of form, genre and technique.
Anouk van Kalmthout's works have become well-known for communicating a sense of the surreal – opening doors beyond perception.
Dean West's '2015-2020' series contains a system of signs, visual clues and deeply embedded narratives. The images ruminate cloudless skies in Palm Springs.
New Artists: Isolated from the body, eyes, arms and hands become autonomous characters. Ziqian Liu plays with perspective in grey-tone worlds.
Andrew Albright's compositions contain dreamy shifts in light and colour.
New Artists: Isabelle Chapuis' series, Anitya, creates a dialogue between skin and sand, delving into the idea of impermanence.
Letizia Le Fur’s works are nourished by a sense of wanderlust – moving round spaces with a sensitive gaze. The images are laden with sensory markers.
New Artists: Olga Urbanek is self-taught, living and working in Iceland. Her images question the idea of “blending in” to new environments.
Jennie Granholm’s works depict the struggles we face internally – physically, emotionally. The photographs explore the weight of expectations.
Utilising photography as a journey, Sander Vandenbrouke utilises short breaks from filming on set, teasing a sense of narrative from the land.
London-based Alexander Missen examines the relationship between ideas and their aesthetics – how they manifest within our world.
Mustafa Hacalaki is inspired by the works of Abbas Kiarostami and Andrei Tarkovsky. Both filmmakers can be seen in Hacalaki’s Neverland worlds
With a focus on colour and space, Diane Villadsen's images redress stereotypes, empowering characters through enigmatic environments.
James Owen’s practice is inspired by mathematical equations and flowing movements within nature. The episodic images are contemporary and kinetic.
Bringing a sense of romanticism to isolated landscapes, Belgian visual artist Pierre Putman is drawn to the aesthetics of artificial light.
Jan Prengel conveys the silent beauty of structures through minimalist perspectives, deeply influenced by the sprawling growth of urban European cities.
Daniel Forero's Reflections series was inspired by wanting to bring the beauty of the outside world into the photography studio.