The project explores the subject through photographing his Meeks’ teenage daughter, who is preparing to leave home for university
Originally self-published in 1986, Beyond Caring documented the waiting rooms of unemployment offices around the UK. Now, 36 years later, it is republished by MACK
Afshar’s latest publication is a visible record of the invisible; an attempt to illustrate an ancient belief about the wind’s supernatural powers
“In my projects, I always start with questions”
The Swedish photographer’s first monograph charts an intimate and empowering journey, searching for stability in the everyday as she comes to terms with a troubled past
The Japanese photographer reflects on her career, and how her appreciation of ambiguity and closeness to nature has helped her make sense of the pandemic.
The Japanese photographer searches for beauty in the everyday, a philosophy conversely inspired by tragic disasters.
This month, the director of Autograph ABP reflects on his life and career
This month, editor, publisher, and executive director at Aperture Foundation Chris Boot reflects on his life and career
Before REM, the band he fronted for more than three decades, there was photography.