Massao Mascaro: Jardin, a Rumination of Plots

    The garden is a space in which experiments and critical thought are born and carried out. It is a space in which growth is mediated within the flora of its inhabitants, but also in the contemplative mental space of its guardian. Work and toil produce challenge and transformation within the confines of the […]

2019: A Short Guide To White People & Their Photography Books

It was the best of years….   Once again it is that time of year where I try to drum up some sort of edit from all of the incredible work the photography book world offers up. This year is difficult as I felt it has been one of the strongest years in recent memory […]

ALEX PRAGER

Alex Prager – “Fourth & Main” (2012)True Romance – Both Sides of Sunset: Photographing Los Angeles

MICHAEL SCHMIDT

Thomas Weski: Interview With Cooper BladeA Conversation with Tim CarpenterWalter Keller: Beruf: Verleger. A TributeMischa Dickerhof’s Rear WindowMatthew Genitempo: The New RuralityMichael Schmidt: “Thoughts About My Way of Working” (1979)

THOMAS SAUVIN

Festival Images Vevey Roundup 2020Thomas Sauvin: In Opposition, The Mirror LiesChase England Sacrifices a Goat From the Pulpit of Pornography’s Greatest HitsAn Interview with Chris Littlewood of Flowers Gallery @ UnseenMelinda Gibson & Thomas Sauvin @ Unseen: “Lunar Caustic”

GERRY JOHANSSON

Gerry Johansson – “Deutschland” (2013)A Conversation Between Robert Morat and Matteo Di GiovanniGerry Johansson’s Meloni MeloniPhotobooks of the Year 2020/Welcome to the Castle

DENNIS HOPPER

Dennis Hopper – “On the Road” (2013)True Romance – Both Sides of Sunset: Photographing Los Angeles

CRISTINA DE MIDDEL

Brad Feuerhelm: Photography Class of 2016?Cucurrucucu: Considering the CrimeAn Open Blowjob (Cock, Cock, Cock) to Bruno Ceschel and the Self Publish, Be Happy Crew

WILLIAM GEDNEY

William Gedney Journal Entry – “Quoting Alfred Stieglitz” (1969)WILLIAM GEDNEY: “BROOKLYN” (1967)

RICHARD MOSSE

Bare Life, Bare Tech: Richard Mosse’s IncomingLuke Willis Thompson: Photography, Technology and the Shortcut to EmpathyRichard Mosse – “Beyond Witness: New Approaches to Crisis Photography” (2011)