The science and serenity of CERN

The industrial photographer Alastair Philip Wiper shoots the colourful and beautifully ordered in Geneva

Michel Campeau captures demise of the dark room

Canadian photographer immortalises darkrooms as monuments to the lost art of silver-based photography

The changing state of reporting on Syria

It is becoming more and more dangerous to report from inside Syria. At the Frontline Club on 19 November a panel chaired by Stuart Hughes, a senior world affairs producer with BBC News and in association with the Overseas Press Club, discussed how reporting has changed since the conflict began and how journalists at all […]

Any of your pictures in this artist’s works?

Penelope Umbrico gathers together thousands of similar images from photo-sharing sites and elsewhere

Ahn Jun pushes self portraiture to the edge

Korean photographer says vertiginous shots speak to the future of our cities – if you’re acrophobic look away now

Colette Fu’s photo sculpture pop-ups

The Chinese-American photographer brings the bustle of the Yunnan province to life on the page

Take a look at Sir Paul Smith’s photographs

A glimpse into the shadowy world of the legendary British fashion designer

North Korea – life inside the secret state, the women who fight back and getting the outside world in

North Korea is the most totalitarian regime still in existence, yet knowledge of the outside world is slowly but relentlessly filtering in, in the form of USB sticks and wind-up radios. Channel 4′s Dispatches followed North Korean defector Mr Chung and Japanese journalist Jiro Ishimaru, who smuggle information and video footage in and out of […]

Thomas Albdorf on keeping still life alive

The Austrian photographer and critic defends the photographic one-liner and says it’s here to stay

Meet the Sochi Singers

Two Dutch image makers document the entertainment on offer at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Russia