Ahndraya Parlato – Who is Changed and Who is Dead

“I buy six caterpillars so your grandchildren can watch them…

Two Books on Brothers: Oliver Raschka & Chan Wai Kwong

As a child, I remember having a profound unawareness of time,…

Raymond Meeks – Somersault

Every time a photograph is made, as the photographer presses…

Affective Landscapes and Everlasting Wars: Jo Ractliffe: Photographs 1980s – Now

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I first encountered the work of photographer Jo Ractliffe in…

Vitaly Severov – Summer Shore

Severov grew up on the top floor of a building that overlooked…

Bertrand Cavalier – Concrete Doesn’t Burn

The idea of the city as a historical and political text has…

Rick Schatzberg – The Boys

A certain portion of our early adulthood is marked by a sense…

Moyra Davey & Peter Hujar – The Shabbiness of Beauty

Late last year on C4 Journal I wrote about my appreciation of…

‘To Skim a Stone’ at Serchia Gallery

Serchia Gallery’s inaugural show ‘To Skim a Stone’ presents…