An interview with Magali Avezou

A book can be very simple, sometimes only three pages. There’s…

Shinya Arimoto – Tibet

One of the reasons Shinya Arimoto’s Tibet rings so true for…

Aleix Plademunt – Iberia

For humans, politics and history permeate every place we are…

Cristiano Volk – Mélaina Cholé

The word ‘affect’ is derived from the Latin affectus, which…

Raymond Meeks – ciprian honey cathedral

In Raymond Meeks’ latest monograph, “Ciprian Honey Cathedral” (MACK 2020), the photographs flitter between heavy and light.

Xiaoxiao Xu – Watering my Horse by a Spring at the Foot of the Long Wall

The Great Wall of China, like China itself, is a fragmented,…

Between Artist Book and Archive: Ursula Schulz-Dornburg’s publications

Ursula Schulz-Dornburg has been photographing forgotten architecture…

Random Shocks in a World of Mirrors: Reflections on Chris Marker’s Petite Planète

Traveller, time-traveller, image-scavenger, laser gun-slinger;…

Mao Ishikawa – Red Flower 赤花

Published in 2017, Red Flower 赤花 consists of photographs shot between 1975 and 1977 in Kin and Koza, two towns in Okinawa, Japan. Though most of the images are from Ishikawa’s 1982 debut “Hot Days in Camp Hansen”, Red Flower also shows unpublished images from this same period.

Erin O’Toole – Thought Pieces: 1970s Photographs by Lew Thomas, Donna-Lee Phillips, and Hal Fischer

Thought Pieces – the catalogue to a 2020 exhibition held at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art – is a retrospective look at the work produced by Thomas and two of his young collaborators, Donna-Lee Phillips, and Hal Fischer.