Reading Time: 5 minutes Russian-American photographer Anastasia Samoylova was selected earlier this year to produce a new body of work for MPB in collaboration with 1854 for the Shoot the Sequel: Then & Now America campaign. The resulting images form the final part of her triptych on Florida, providing a sobering look at the state.
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Reading Time: < 1 minute Photographer Anastasia Samoylova discusses her collaborative new project, part of Shoot the Sequel: Then & Now America
Reading Time: 4 minutes As the first selected photographer for MPB’s Shoot the Sequel: Then & Now America commission in collaboration with 1854/BJP, the Russian-American artist is set to document the stark divisions of Florida’s “Forgotten Coast”
Reading Time: 5 minutes In our ongoing series, six photographers provide work answering to a single word. Including text and work by Guy Tillim, Pixy Liao, Jack Latham and others, the images act as both question and answer to the concept of Habitat
Reading Time: 3 minutes At breakfast, Anastasia Samoylova often eats in the company of photo books — engaging with familiar works anew, and paying homage to their makers
Reading Time: 5 minutes Anastasia Samoylova’s photobook FloodZone captures the insidious progression of climate change in Florida’s southeastern city
Reading Time: 4 minutes Running during Les Rencontres d’Arles and with an opening week all of its own, Voies Off is a well-established, free, fringe festival. Featuring exhibitions, evening projections, portfolio reviews, and parties – this year sound-tracked by the Africa Fete Festival – it’s the place to discover and be discovered.
Based in the Cour de l’Archevêché in the centre of Arles but with exhibitions running all over town, Voies Off is sponsored by Leica and is screening the 2018 Leica Oskar Barnack Award finalists every night this week except Wednesday. But it also has a well-defined programme of their own, which this year includes an exhibition titled If Slovenia Were… curated by the respected Slovenian/French photographer Klavdij Sluban and featuring work by 19 contemporary Slovenian photographers.