RANKIN CREATIVE has launched an online community project spotlighting unfair censorship by using its resources to re-platform those who’ve been unfairly silenced online.
The next generation of graduate photographers whose final shows were disrupted due to Covid-19 will showcase their work at VISUAL NOISE – the first art fair dedicated solely to the nation’s emerging
Rankin and his agency of the same name RANKIN have curated a project for and with Wateraid – “The Best Seat in the… Read More
Iconic eyewear brand Ray-Ban announced the world’s first magazine cover shot using smart glasses. British photographer Rankin captured the November… Read More
One of the worlds most well known and influential image-makers Rankin is turning his lens on food waste as COP26… Read More
This weekend you have the chance to see two of Rankin’s latest series of works Embrace and An Exploding World… Read More
Rankin picks his favourite images for a solo show presented by 29 ARTS IN PROGRESS at Photo London 2021. Including… Read More
50 of the UK’s 2020-2021 graduating class of photographers (both BA and MA) will be invited by photographer RANKIN and… Read More
By showcasing the breadth of the LGBTQ+ community in 2021 this awareness campaign seeks to tackle the lack of diversity… Read More
From this week a new book will be made available online globally via key charities and organisations working with diverse communities in the UK and… Read More
Unprecedented line up of World Renowned Photographers Donate Prints of iconic Music Artists to Raise Money for Stagehand.
Over 100 iconic prints of world-renowned music artists taken by globally celebrated photographers including Rankin, Tony McGee and Jill Furmanovsky are on sale. Available for £95 each, the sale represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of music history, with many of the prints usually unavailable to buy. 100% of proceeds go to Stagehand – the only UK charity specifically dedicated to providing hardship funding for live music crews who have fallen on tough times.
Rankin has teamed up with Royal London to encourage a conversation around death with a free digital exhibition, Lost for Words,
Rankin has created powerful and personal portraits of doctors, nurses and other NHS staff who responded to the COVID-19 to celebrate the NHS anniversary.
“When I first met my wife Tuuli, she literally took my breath away. But when I look at relationships in this new digital world, everything feels so solitary and at arm’s-length or, even worse, based on algorithms. I wanted to explore the ideas of romance and love in a positive and upbeat way. Where interaction and feelings are as important as swiping right or likes.”
‘Mickey: The True Original Exhibition,’ an interactive art exhibit to open in New York in honour of the 90th anniversary of Mickey Mouse.
Artist and creative Graham Fink has collaborated with Shanghai fashion designer Ziggy Chen on the new collection’s visual identity that references dualities within people and place. Celebrating the nuances of individuality and community, the project will be on display at Rankin’s Annroy Gallery
Photo London, the major international photography fair, will open next week in London
Paloma Faith launches an art collaboration with Talenthouse today.
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The Body & Soul : Life in my Shoes exhibition challenges public perceptions of life with HIV and features Rankin’s photographs of celebrities alongside portraits by Suki Dhanda of young people living with HIV. It takes place at Riverside Walkway on London’s South Bank until 5 July