The Grammar of Photography – a Conversation with Roseanne Lynch

Roseanne Lynch has worked with photography for more than thirty…

Jim Goldberg – Coming and Going

My first exposure to Jim Goldberg was through his remarkable…

Altered Landscapes and Readymade Earthworks – Two Books by Emanuel Cederqvist and Ina Kwon

I’m a slow writer at the best of times, but occasionally,…

Ruth van Beek – The Oldest Thing

I’ve always liked Ruth van Beek’s work. It’s tempting…

Toshio Shibata – Day For Night

I’m often put off by the cliquey culture around Japanese photobooks,…

Aleksei Kazantsev – Relaxing Chamber

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Marie Smith – The Fog Has Lifted

The vocabulary of mental health is not recent by any means,…

Klaus Pichler – A Hoax a Prank an Internet Scam an act of Agricultural Bio-Terrorism

Klaus Pichler’s newest book A Hoax A Prank an Internet Scam…

Romeu Silveira – Contratempo

The opening section of Robert Bolano’s brilliant 1998 novel…

Mikiko Hara – Small Myths

I came to Small Myths entirely unfamiliar with Mikiko…