Reading Time: 2 minutes Opening his show at Foam Amsterdam today, the Moroccan photographer blends commercial icons with rich, cultural references to ‘deconstruct the notion of normal’
Reading Time: 3 minutes Returning to his childhood home, the photographer has dedicated his practice to reviving the historical heritage of Friuli
Reading Time: 5 minutes A colossal explosion in Beirut imperilled three major photo institutions near the blast site, and propelled issues of photo heritage preservation in the volatile region to the fore.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Growing up, photographer Tom Roche learned about his Romani Gypsy heritage only through fragmentary stories and speculation. “My great, great uncle was stabbed in the heart with a wooden stake because he owed money for land,” says Roche, a recent University of the West of England graduate. “Then I had one aunt, aunt Liz, who used to pick crops, one aunt that made baskets, and another who sold pegs – or so I’m told; I don’t have any images, records, or concrete facts of my ancestors.”