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The limits of documentary photography – Will Warasila’s Quicker than Coal Ash

As a lecturer in documentary photography, there is one particular…

Jamie Murray – Folly

I had wanted to write about Folly, the debut book by Jamie Murray,…

Curran Hatleberg – River’s Dream

Curran Hatleberg’s River’s Dream (TBW, 2022) is…

A Portrait that has Nothing to Prove

... what I am intrigued by is her presence in this portrait,…

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…

Emma Phillips – Send Me a Lullaby

Commissioned as part of Melbourne’s inaugural PHOTO2021 festival,…
André Kertész -On Reading

The Gap from Eye to Page: Photographs of Readers

Above my bed hangs a small black and white photograph of the…

Shinya Arimoto – Tibet

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