Peter Kennard pays tribute to his friend and fellow artist Edward Barber, who recently passed away - just months after his solo show at the Imperial War Museum London, Peace Signs: Nuclear Protest in the 1980s

Obituary: Edward Barber 1949-2017
Magnum photographer Peter van Agtmael on his new book - ahead of his live debate on Contemporary Visions of America at the Barbican tomorrow night Magnum Photos Barbican Centre Peter van Agtmael

Q&A: Peter van Agtmael on his new book, Buzzing at the Sill
“Nobody wants to leave their homeland. Sometimes you just have no options.” Seba Kurtis gives BJP an insight into his new work - currently on show in Huddersfield Art Gallery, where he'll speak on 02 March Huddersfield Art Gallery

Seba Kurtis' new work on migrants goes on show
We're giving away 5 copies of our latest issue which explores the theme of ‘Habitat’. For a chance to win visit: [ Link ]
What Laura Thompson learnt from having her photography project shortlisted in the 2016 D&AD Next Photographer Awards.

From air freshener ape men to rubber gloved ghouls: A look into the D&AD 2016 Shortlisted project by Laura Thompson
“In some way I think all my projects explore the darkness. I try to talk about things that are not easy to talk about with words." Yurian Quintanas Nobel

An uneasy vision of Sri Lanka in A Smiling Man and a Hidden Snake
Richard Mosse's new installation, Incoming, is now open at Barbican Curve - and uses a military-grade, heat-seeking camera to give a different take on migrants' experiences Barbican Centre

Richard Mosse - Incoming
Wolfgang Tillmans: 2017 opens at Tate Modern tonight Tate Wolfgang Tillmans

Wolfgang Tillmans: 2017 opens at London's Tate Modern
Amber Bracken on her World Press Photo Contemporary Issues winning project World Press Photo BuzzFeed

Amber Bracken wins WPP award in Contemporary Issues category
Image manipulation and events set up for the camera are just some of the issues facing photojournalism, says WPP managing director Lars Boering - but others are including more women and non-Westerners World Press Photo NB this post was updated at 16.32pm to update the lead image

World Press Photo's Lars Boering and the fight against "fake news"
Cutting-edge multimedia wins in World Press Photo's Digital Storytelling contest - which runs concurrently with the photojournalism contest World Press Photo

Washington Post's Age of Walls wins WPP's Innovative Storytelling Prize
Peter Bauza's Copacabana Palace series - we first ran this story back in December, we're republishing it now as it won third prize in the Contemporary Issues - Stories category at World Press Photo World Press Photo

Peter Bauza's Copacabana Palace wins at World Press Photo
World Press Photo jury chair Stuart Franklin raises ethical questions about this year's winning image - describing it as "a staged murder for the press in a press conference" World Press Photo

WPP-winning image raises questions for jury chair Stuart Franklin
World tensions show in the winning images in the prestigious award for photojournalism and documentary photography World Press Photo

2017 World Press Photo Contest winners are announced
World Press Photo of the Year has gone to Turkish Associated Press photographer Burhan Ozbilici for a shot showing Mevlüt Mert Altıntaş shouting after shooting Andrey Karlov, the Russian ambassador World Press Photo

Burhan Ozbilici wins World Press Photo
Sponsored: Berlin-based photographer Karolin Klüppel’s pictures of rare matriarchal communities in India and China – which won the 2015 Felix Schoeller Photo Award – invite us to do exactly that.

Imagine a parallel world. A world where women are supreme.
“I’m trying to build some stories between dream and reality. I feel like a mad scientist or storyteller – you don’t know when I’m telling the truth, but it doesn’t matter.”

Mining the cosmos in Kaja Rata's Kajnikaj
“I used to say to myself: there’s a constant race between the forces of evil in America and utopian forces. Just when utopia is squarely in view, evil will win out. Now of course I’m haunted by that.”

Joel Sternfeld on his classic American Prospects - and his new work
Featuring a star-studded cast of photographers, ABC Photography is a kid's guide to image-making which opens at the V&A Museum of Childhood this weekend - alongside a show by Tom Hunter V&A Museum of Childhood Jan Von Holleben Tarzipan Books Tom Hunter

Making photography as easy as ABC
“It became clear to me very early on that the majority of these riders are not the horrible people that the local and national press have made them out to be." Dan Giannopoulos, picked out by the experts at the BJP/Magnum Photos workshop for his project South London Bikelife Dan Giannopoulos

How South London Bikelife sidesteps the negative stereotypes