InterviewFerox, the Forgotten ArchivesBy creating his own archive for a fabricated space mission, artist Nicolas Polli encourages us to re-evaluate our acceptance of photography as scientific evidence.Read More
Ferox, the Forgotten Archives
By creating his own archive for a fabricated space mission, artist Nicolas Polli encourages us to re-evaluate our acceptance of photography as scientific evidence.
Grappling with the fears and vulnerabilities of motherhood, Cate Wnek turns to photography in order to create an alternate world where she can face both her fragility and the relentless march of time.
Yo Soy Fidel: Crossing Cuba with Michael Christopher Brown
Following the “Freedom Caravan” that carried Fidel Castro’s remains across Cuba after his death, photographer Michael Christopher Brown offers a revealing portrait of the island nation.
Roy Kahmann On Spotting Emerging Talents
The founder and owner of GUP Magazine and Kahmann Gallery speaks about what he learned from working on Ed van der Elsken’s book “Amsterdam” as well as the four qualities he looks for in an emerging...
Collective Memory in the Cosmos
Piecing together imagery from digital archives with her own photographs, artist Bianca Salvo presents new interpretations of the cosmos, challenging our acceptance of images as evidence.
Good Work is Good Work: Notes from the Magenta Foundation
The founder and director of the pioneering arts publishing house, MaryAnn Camilleri, speaks about providing careers to under-represented photographers, the culture of book and monograph making, and...
The Making of Photobooks: Insight From Kehrer Verlag’s Acquisitions Editor
Down to earth and practical advice from inside one of the world’s most respected photobook publishers—ranging from how to stand out in a crowd and where to get discovered plus much more.