Everything We Touch
Video: Making sense of someone’s life by only viewing the objects they touch throughout a day—indirect snapshots, each offering an accumulation of moments and glimpses into others’...
While so much media today concentrates on the beauty and sexuality of youth, this series reveals moments from the still intimate lives of older individuals.
Malaga — Paracosmic Houses
In an imaginary effort of making a real fishing village “great again”, one photographer upgrades the visual appeal of poor fisherman’s homes using PhotoShop.
Conversations With My Mother
Neither daughter nor mother—this photographic performance enacts how the artist was cut from the role of daughter while at the same time denied a maternal role. Simple, moving, inventively cross-disciplinary work.
How Exhibitions are Built: Interview With Cyril Delhomme
Going behind the scenes with Le Bal’s talented and unconventional exhibition designer in order to understand just how the performative space of the exhibition space comes into being with each new show.
A Myth of Two Souls: Understanding India Through the Ramayana
The Ramayana is India’s national epic and key to understanding this vast, varied sub-continent. A young photographer has used it to guide an ambitious, multi-year journey—learn more in this...
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Boys & Men: Portraits of London’s Male Escorts
The sex industry is one of the world’s oldest, yet continues to be kept largely out of society’s view—these portraits, focusing on male escorts, offer a sensitive look at a group of deeply overlooked individuals.
The Prostitutes and the Priest
Faced with no other option, young women in Namibia turn to sex work in order to survive. In this short film, they talk about their tireless advocate: a German priest who broke ranks with his institution to do what he felt was right.
Love We Leave Behind
A reflection on the ephemeral nature of our passions and sorrows—do the emotions we experience mark or alter the spaces we occupy?
Weekend Warriors and Beyond
A wide-ranging discussion about the idea of the “invisible” photographer: “Sometimes you have to choose: is this situation aesthetically more interesting to me? Or it is a situation I want to experience?”
Addictions, Photographic and Otherwise
Two brothers—one addicted to photography, the other to harder and harder drugs. But the latter loved being photographed, making the image the medium of exchange for this pair of kindred souls.
Pushing the boundaries of the medium, this artist hacked into state-controlled surveillance systems and gleaned classical landscape images that question the changing relationship we have with place.