Yelena Yemchuk’s Odesa: A floating dreamland

Reading Time: 3 minutes Following the Russian invasion of Crimea in 2014, Yelena Yemchuk spent five years travelling to the southern Ukraine city of Odesa to document young people volunteering to join the army. Underpinned by a sense of curiosity and wonder, Yemchuk’s upcoming photobook is a reminder of the love and lives of the young Ukrainian people now faced with war

14 April 2022

Life in Iraq through its civilians’ eyes

Reading Time: < 1 minute Alexandra Rose Howland’s photobook illuminates the everyday lives of Iraqi civilians, punctuated by fear, loss and violence

28 February 2022

An eclectic mix of images composes Alec Soth’s latest photobook

Reading Time: < 1 minute “[The images] are about the process of their own making. They are about going into the ecstatically specific world and creating a connection between the ephemeral (light, time) and the physical (eyeballs, film)”

24 February 2022