InterviewAs Immense as the SkyCalling the past into the present, Meryl McMaster’s otherworldly self-portraits draw on her Indigenous and European heritage, channeling photography as a tool to reclaim and reimagine these intertwined histories.Read More
As Immense as the Sky
Calling the past into the present, Meryl McMaster’s otherworldly self-portraits draw on her Indigenous and European heritage, channeling photography as a tool to reclaim and reimagine these intertwined histories.
Evolution through Exhibiting
A rite of passage for artists, showing your work can be a pivotal moment in your growth. Emerging Chinese photographer Ronghui Chen shares his personal journey and what exhibiting means to him.
The Constructed Self
Karen Navarro constructs colorful, hand-crafted kinetic sculptures, creating photographic portraits which are as fluid as identity.
The April Theses
How do you photograph an event that happened a hundred years ago? Davide Monteleone resurrects Lenin’s historic April Theses through a blend of still lifes, landscapes and self-portraits dressed as...
Portraits of my Mother
For the past 8 years, Joey Solomon has been photographing his mother. In the process of taking these monochrome portraits, he attempts to unpack their shared and hereditary mental illness.
I Read I Write
Born from her own experience, Laura Boushnak’s epic long term project celebrates the stories of women across Arab countries whose lives have been transformed by education.
Delving into the uncertainty felt by his generation, Iranian photographer Farshid Tighehsaz’s gritty monochrome images penetrate the fears and tensions of the collective unconscious.