Romain Laprade captures rolling hills, angular buildings and languid portraits, underpinned by complementary colours and low passing light.
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Deeply mystical and ritualistic, Alexis Pichot’s series Marche Céleste establishes the supremacy of nature as a powerful, universal and innate force.
This year’s Taylor Wessing includes thought-provoking and captivating works. Jooney Woodward won this prize for her portrait, Harriet and Gentleman Jack.
Devised by the Resistance and Deportation History Centre, Les Jours Sans plunges viewers into the life of the French during and after World War II.