Reading Time: 3 minutes “In my projects, I always start with questions”
Reading Time: 4 minutes 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
Reading Time: 3 minutes 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.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The Japanese photographer searches for beauty in the everyday, a philosophy conversely inspired by tragic disasters.
Reading Time: 3 minutes This month, the director of Autograph ABP reflects on his life and career
Reading Time: 3 minutes This month, editor, publisher, and executive director at Aperture Foundation Chris Boot reflects on his life and career
Reading Time: 3 minutes Before REM, the band he fronted for more than three decades, there was photography.
Reading Time: 3 minutes The multi-award winning founder of Dewi Lewis Publishing reflects on his success
Reading Time: 3 minutes The self-trained photographer moved to Liverpool in the late 1970s, gaining the moniker of the “photie man” as he obsessively recorded working- class life
Reading Time: 7 minutes For nearly 40 years Roger Ballen has been an outsider, operating on the margins with his fellow art brut artists. Now a new book and exhibition offer
a glimpse inside the workings and processes of his dark mind, a world, he says, that, “reveals itself through itself”