The most seen series out of all those we published this April was Origins, a set of fascinating black and white images shot by American photographer Rachel Jump. The photographs embody fragments of memories from Rachel’s own personal life, and her relationships with her loved ones.
The second most seen series this April was Neither Beginning Nor End by Malaysian photographer Peter Teh: at 42, Peter finds the courage to come to terms with his identity in discreet but powerful images. Irish photographer Éanna de Fréine—the juror of our recently closed open call Human Environments—follows with Tales from Beneath the Arches, a landscape photography series that examines the über-urbanized cities of Taiwan. Fourth place for English photographer Adrian Saker and his Subtopia, a dystopic look at life in suburbs across the UK. Indian photographer Bharat Sikka closes the top five with The Marlborough Theatre, a series of staged portraits of members of the LGBT community in the city of Brighton.
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