Blending a variety of photographic techniques, the duo draw on the power of photography to tell a story of a heritage at risk of eradication
The duo collaborate on a book project of 10 years to create new narratives surrounding their shared childhood home region in and around the Ozarks
Far from romanticised depictions of the American road, Amani Willet presents an alternative experience, marked by fear, violence and death
A white painted stone sits atop a pile of concrete from a fallen telephone pole. A seemingly random assortment of rubble, it has in fact been gathered to fasten a manhole cover in place. During a period of particular hardship in Ukraine in the 1990s, manhole covers were often stolen and sold for scrap metal, leaving dangerous open holes in the road. This makeshift device, erected over time out of miscellaneous materials, is one of the objects in Viacheslav Poliakov’s Lviv – God’s Will, a taxonomy of the “unexplored field of accidents” that make up his surrounding urban environment.