InterviewMundaneBoth bewitching and sinister, these staged photographs take a contemplative approach to the news stories of gruesome violence that reach Bangladesh’s headlines every day. Read More
Both bewitching and sinister, these staged photographs take a contemplative approach to the news stories of gruesome violence that reach Bangladesh’s headlines every day.
On the Speed of the Real
How to keep up? Editor at Large for Special Projects at TIME magazine Paul Moakley shares his insights on why the still image is a powerful tool of communication in our age of distraction.
This fun, collaborative graphic novel photobook from La Paz, Bolivia, presents the city’s 3,000 shoe shiners as heroes with superpowers who help all of local humanity.
Experimenting with Tradition: Publishing Insights From TBW Books
TBW’s founder Paul Schiek and Program Director Lester Rosso discuss the importance of collaboration and maintaining a “punk ethos” in photobook publishing.
Known by Sight (Only)
In Brazil’s densely populated Porto Alegre, urban dwellers know the intimate details of the neighbors they see every day from their windows, but they rarely meet, or know each other’s names.
Philosopher Byung-Chul Han says we live in an era of exhaustion and fatigue, caused by an incessant compulsion to make our lives ‘perfect’ — here is a visual response to those ideas.
Bluid and Sweat
In her meticulously-staged portraits, Stacey Tyrell explores race and identity, drawing on her own family’s histories of immigration to probe overarching structures of colonialism, white supremacy...