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Reading Time: 3 minutes Pacifico Silano composes a “fever dream” of found imagery that speaks of his identity, and that of others, forged amid the tactile pages of magazines from his youth.
Reading Time: 2 minutes But Still, It Turns explores new forms of documentary photography, framing the chaotic world that surrounds us.
Reading Time: 7 minutes “I hope that Black people see themselves in [my work] and say, ‘Yeah, I know that’. That’s all I’ve ever wanted,” reflects Phyars-Burgess in conversation with writer and artist Carolyn Lazard.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Media Art and Misfortune capitalises on our compulsion to online-shop by showcasing students’ work through ‘products’ reflective of their wider practices
Reading Time: 2 minutes Over two decades since Raised by Wolves was published, Jim Goldberg presents a collection of unseen Polaroids from his decade-long documentation of Californian teenagers
Reading Time: 3 minutes A virtual exhibition charts a series of exchanges between Nina Mae Fowler and Casper Sejersen during the tumult of 2020
Reading Time: < 1 minute Following on from her 2020 exhibition Naïvy at Maximillian William Gallery, Capitán collates the exhibited work, inspired by the iconic sailor suit, into an archival book object
Reading Time: 2 minutes 3436 proposes how one might reconfigure the notion of the floating Black body “to allow us to understand the deep trauma of this history while building a new realm for the visual language of these photographs”
Reading Time: 4 minutes Immortal Mushroom is a window onto Shangri-La in Yunnan Province, as experienced by Kat Chan and Samuel Bradley who explored it over several days