Best of the Web

Best of the Web

Wherever you are this weekend don’t forget to catch up on our pick of the best online news. This week’s stories include: creatives on World Mental Health Day, behind the scenes of The Man Who Fell to Earth, and achieving consciousness through surfing.   … It’s Nice That: “Subtlety is key”: Rachel Levit on the […]

Student Spotlight: Niaz Maleknia

Student Spotlight: Niaz Maleknia

Student Spotlight chats with former Mango Lab students. In the lead up to our upcoming UrbanPhotoFest Masterclass this year we chat with Niaz Maleknia from our 2016 UPF Masterclass. Niaz talks about embracing ugliness when photographing, her recent controversial projects on mental health, and why perseverance is the key to pursuing photography as a career.  […]

Best of the Web

Best of the Web

In accordance with the release of Blade Runner 2049 we have a slightly more dystopian take on the best news stories this week. Themes include, isolation, technological thought control, and new discoveries in our sleeping patterns. … The New York Times: 2017 Nobel Prize in Medicine goes to 3 Americans for body clock studies  Last […]

Best of the Web

Best of the Web

It’s been a busy week completing the details for our Masterclass at the UPF17 Photo Festival in November but we managed to pull a Best of the Web together for you.  Why not indulge in some of the more interesting arts and cultural news stories from this week. … Wallpaper: Witty and wonderful, William Wegman’s […]

Best of the web

Best of the web

It’s Sunday, and you’re tossing up between staying in or enjoying what could be the last of the sun and warm weather. While you decide, take a read of the fascinating news stories traveling the web this week. Stories include, Uber losing their London license, refugee women finding work in floristry, and why two young entrepreneurs […]

Best of the Web

Best of the Web

From Americanisms expunging the Queen’s English to a retrospective of crude Mad Men ads from the 20th century, wherever you are this weekend don’t forget to read our weekly update of the best news stories circulating the internet.  … BBC Culture: How Americanisms are killing the English language Notice that ‘z’ replacing ‘s’ in some […]

Best of the Web

Best of the Web

This week’s Best of the Web stories include; why it’s so sinful to be fat in France, Hurricane Irma in pictures, Ben Arogundade’s curation of Barack Obama magazine covers, and why getting goosebumps listening to music is a sign of being emotionally in touch.   … The Guardian: Gabrielle Deydier: What it’s like to be […]

Best of the Web

Best of the Web

This week on Best of the Web we look at whether smartphones are ruining the mental health of teens, why wasting time can be a good thing, while in the news The British Journal of Photography are running their second year of Portrait of Britain and Irish photographer Niall O’Brien shares his photos of rural […]

Review: From Selfie to Self-Expression @ Saatchi Gallery, London

Review: From Selfie to Self-Expression @ Saatchi Gallery, London

Don’t miss the last days of From Selfie to Self-Expression — an exposition of self-portraits and interactive installations cataloging the original ‘selfies’ to the present mania.  … The very essence of this exhibition is to bring all self-expression, including work from as early as the 17th century, into the current selfie movement. Exhibited across two […]

Best of the Web

Best of the Web

It’s an unmistakable weekend in the year, with Notting Hill Carnival, the Bank Holiday, and good weather forecasts, what better way to find out what’s going on this week than with the best of the web. This week’s news includes, the relevance of Notting Hill Carnival, photo stories on Afghanistan and England’s forgotten towns, and portfolio […]