InterviewGood Work is Good Work: Notes from the Magenta FoundationThe 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 much more.Read More
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 much more.
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.
Manufactured Beauty and Default Photographs
By analyzing deceptive images of fantastical environments, artist Ana Samoylova questions how much we actually know about our own surroundings and natural landscapes.
Sally Mann Deconstructs the South in “A Thousand Crossings”
Bringing together themes of adolescence, death, and motherhood, an expansive exhibition of Sally Mann’s work—featuring more than 100 images—traces the photographer’s experience growing up and...
While working as a valet at a Veterans Affairs Hospital, M L Casteel created a series that uses photographs of car interiors to illustrate the psychological repercussions of war.
Finding Your Signature: Advice For Emerging Photographers
Excellent advice from Simon Bainbridge, Editorial Director of the British Journal of Photography, the world’s longest-running photography magazine.
Chasing Light Through Color: A Conversation with Liz Nielsen
This artist’s lifelong fascination with luminous color sparked her resolve to put the camera aside, instead using her photographic materials to capture pure representations of light and synaesthesia.