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

True Romance – Both Sides of Sunset: Photographing Los AngelesAlex Prager – “Interview” (2012)

MICHAEL SCHMIDT

2019: A Short Guide To White People & Their Photography BooksRaymond Meeks: The Sentimentalia of Alabaster and LeafMatthew Genitempo: The New RuralityNot Fade Away: The Face of German History in Michael Schmidt’s Ein-heit (2003)Jörg Colberg Vaterland As Then, NowMischa Dickerhof’s Rear Window

THOMAS SAUVIN

Chase England Sacrifices a Goat From the Pulpit of Pornography’s Greatest Hits2019: A Short Guide To White People & Their Photography BooksAn Interview with Chris Littlewood of Flowers Gallery @ UnseenMillions and Millions of Chinese Negatives: Thomas Sauvin’s ‘Silvermine’ (2013)Kensuke Koike & Thomas Sauvin: No Cut Left to Chance

GERRY JOHANSSON

Raymond Meeks: The Sentimentalia of Alabaster and LeafA Conversation Between Robert Morat and Matteo Di GiovanniGerry Johansson EskerGerry Johansson’s Meloni Meloni

DENNIS HOPPER

Los Angeles Plays Itself: Anthony Hernandez at SFMOMADENNIS HOPPER: “PHOTOGRAPHS”

CRISTINA DE MIDDEL

An Interview with Cristina de Middel (2013)The (Im)possibilities to Shoot as a White Photographer on the African ContinentCucurrucucu: Considering the Crime

WILLIAM GEDNEY

William Gedney: Journal Entries on Kentucky, Sex and Diane ArbusWilliam Gedney Journal Entry – “Quoting Alfred Stieglitz” (1969)

RICHARD MOSSE

Richard Mosse – “The Impossible Image” (2013)Richard Mosse – “Beyond Witness: New Approaches to Crisis Photography” (2011)Incoming: Photography, Contemporary Art, Whiteness