InterviewHome Is Where The Garden GrowsIn the first edition of “Arrivals”—a monthly column dedicated to new voices in photography—Wesley Verhoeve introduces us to Erinn Springer’s latest project; a tender meditation on family life set in the Midwest.Read More
Home Is Where The Garden Grows
In the first edition of “Arrivals”—a monthly column dedicated to new voices in photography—Wesley Verhoeve introduces us to Erinn Springer’s latest project; a tender meditation on family life set in the Midwest.
Notes (and Advice) from Aperture Magazine
What informs how we look at the world through photography? Aperture’s editor Michael Famighetti offers his thoughts on the importance of knowing the history of the medium as a contemporary...
In the Mood for Beauty
Photography as a wordless mood, a zen-like state in which one feels connected with the world. Like calligraphy or meditation—a shimmering beauty lies waiting to be discovered.
Mapping An Interior Landscape
By combining photography with intricate drawings from her personal sketchbook, artist Sara S. Teigen creates intimate work that is simultaneously wondrous and familiar.
Cast Out of Heaven
In these barren, eerie landscapes, Hashem Shakeri unveils the failed promises of a major housing project on the outskirts of Tehran.
The Silent Clapping of Their Hands
Befriending a colorful circus master just before the pandemic, photographer Davide Bertuccio captured a life full of color and resilience, charting the growth of a new friendship despite these...
Charting the everyday life of Thay, a young woman living in a favela in Rio de Janeiro, this multimedia project documents the warm, strong community that exists in the midst of a violent, unsafe...