SPOTLIGHTFreedom and Isolation in the Remote Ozark MountainsDeep in the Ozarks, some individuals chose to live in complete solitude. Here, photographer Matthew Genitempo speaks about the necessity of “losing your agenda, quieting your anxiety, and just following along” in order to create a powerful series.Read More
Freedom and Isolation in the Remote Ozark Mountains
Deep in the Ozarks, some individuals chose to live in complete solitude. Here, photographer Matthew Genitempo speaks about the necessity of “losing your agenda, quieting your anxiety, and just following along” in order to create a powerful series.
Let Us Not Fall Asleep While Walking
Blending cinematic qualities with otherworldly lighting, photographer David Denil works to embody the surreal existence of Ukrainian citizens after the 2014 revolution.
Grieving Through the Absurd
A photographer gathers with her family to clean out their grandparents’ house that had served as a meeting point for over 60 years. Amidst the difficult process of letting go, performing and posing for the camera becomes a way to express their...
We Gave You Forgiveness… (You Kept the Krugerrands)
While apartheid in South Africa was officially brought to an end in 1991, its lasting effects still prove damaging to this day. In response, photographer Chris Kirby’s captivating series reveals the hypocrisy of reparations in the country,...
Apparition: Postcards from Eye See You
In the aftermath of a stroke, a lifelong photographer was rendered legally blind. Rather than give up image-making, he transformed his practice to reflect his new way of seeing the world.
Weke: Challenging Visible and Invisible Forms
Inspired by the traditions and symbols of voodoo (a religion with millions of followers in Benin and other West African countries), a fictive portrayal of the culture’s visual forms that draws us in while challenging the Western gaze.
Help Desk: Random Acts of Administration
“In India, every 40 kilometers everything changes: the food, the language, the mentality. The only constant are the conditions in the governmental offices…”
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The small poetic photographs of Masao Yamamoto seem to come from another era, filled with lost memories and nostalgia. In a great interview, the photographer talks about his work and passions.
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“If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, why are we fed so much imagery about what we are supposed to look like?” A series that challenges traditional notions of beauty and revels in the supple forms of the human body.
The Importance of Being More Than a Fashion Photographer
Legendary photographer Peter Lindbergh—credited with revamping the standards of fashion photography in the 1990s—offers his seasoned point of view in this exclusive conversation covering his early years, authenticity as an artist, and more.