In this feverish photographic hallucination, Cristiano Volk takes a critical look at capitalism, capturing the signs and symbols of our consumerist culture in electric shades of neon.
Remnants of an Exodus
Returning to his childhood neighborhood of Spring Valley, Al J Thompson’s first book is a loving testimony to a shifting landscape and the faces of those living in it.
Goddesses and Dragons
Riffing on the depiction of women across the history of art, Carlota Guerrero’s own take on the ‘divine feminine’ that unfolds across the pages of her first monograph is a strong and sensual one.
Returning to her childhood home, Tajette O’Halloran confronts her difficult memories through photography, finding beauty and value where once was tragedy.
In this series of introspective portraits taken during lockdown, a young photographer opens up before the lens, exploring her dual heritage with honesty and intimacy.
A collaboration between mother and daughter, these bright and playful portraits capture an evolving relationship, unfolding in front of the lens.
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The Truth is in the Soil
Prompted by personal loss, Ioanna Sakellaraki embarked on a photographic journey back to her native Greece to immerse herself in the culture of grief and explore its liminal space with her camera.
“This project is about the transformation of our souls in times of crisis, when life stops like a sleeping garden.”
The Earth Will Come to Laugh and Feast
In his latest offering, the unnerving universe of Roger Ballen’s photographs grows another dark layer through the words of Italian poet Gabriele Tinti.
Curated by Efrem Zelony-Mindell, this book surveys the rich and elastic world of black-and-white photography via the works of over 140 artists and essays from Zelony-Mindell, David Campany, and Gregory Eddi-Jones.