24 photographers capture Britain today.

The British Landscape is changing. Geographically, politically, even emotionally, the boundary lines of Britain - and what it means to be British - are in flux. This book looks at the new terrains, memories and myths of this contemporary landscape through the eyes of some of the world's most exciting photographers.

Rosalind Jana is an arts and culture writer based in London. She writes for publications and platforms including British Vogue, The Guardian, Apollo, Elephant, Prospect, Wired, British Journal of Photography, Magnum Photos and BBC Culture. Rosalind has previously introduced two photobooks for Hoxton Mini Press: An English Summer by Chanel Irvine and The Hackney Marshes by Freya Najade.

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