Reading Time: 6 minutes The pioneering contemporary self-portraitist reflects on his life’s work as a major, touring retrospective of his work opens in Huis Marseille this month.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Marcoci sheds light on the considerations that shaped the show’s final form, and her relationship with the featured work and Tillmans’ practice more broadly
Reading Time: 7 minutes Presenting three decades of work, Miro Kuzmanovic’s self-published monograph addresses the legacy of the conflicts in former Yugoslavia, and how they have affected contemporary national identity
Reading Time: 4 minutes Miechowski’s work contemplates why, despite the instability of the landscape, many residents continue to call the vanishing cliffs their home
Reading Time: 5 minutes Spanning 20 years, Permissions is a book wherein the comings and goings, cycles, rituals, and remnants of family life are scooped up, shuffled, and then set free
Reading Time: 5 minutes London based photographer Laura Pannack continues her exploration of mythology, nostalgia and the impermanence of adolescence with her latest project Tales from the Dübener Heide forest. Pannack shares a first look at the work, specially for British Journal of Photography