InterviewWill My Mannequin Be Home When I ReturnBy experimenting with flashing light and saturated color schemes, Arko Datto reveals how cultural and political tensions manifest in the darkness of nighttime.Read More
Will My Mannequin Be Home When I Return
By experimenting with flashing light and saturated color schemes, Arko Datto reveals how cultural and political tensions manifest in the darkness of nighttime.
Embracing the magic and ritual of his Afro-Caribbean roots, photographer Kevin Osepa creates dualistic images that articulate his personal exploration of religion, sexuality, language and culture.
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.
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...