Back for its second year, Portrait of Britain, from the British Journal of Photography in collaboration with JCDecaux and Nikon, will be lighting up Britain’s biggest public spaces from 1 – 30 September. Showcasing portraits that capture the ‘essence’ of the country in 2017, the exhibition is a display of 100 portraits narrowed down from 8,000 entries, and features the likes of artists Anthony Gormley and Tracey Emin, Skepta, and model Leo Jonah. Intended to shine a light on the diverse face of Britain today, the portraits are a homage to the narratives of the nation’s everyday citizens.  On display at major digital screens up and down the country, keep an eye out or see it online in full here,