Eugenie Shinkle

Eugénie Shinkle is a writer, photographer, and Reader in Photography at the University of Westminster in London.  Originally trained as a civil engineer, she went on to study photography, philosophy and art history at Concordia University in Montreal, and the Slade School of Fine Art in London. She writes on a range of topics including architecture, landscape, fashion [...]

Owen Campbell

Read the latest book and exhibition reviews on ASX Hiroshi Sugimoto’s ‘Seascapes’: Measuring Time in RepetitionParis, Texas, Distance and Almost No Humans in Wim Wender’s ‘Written in the West’True Romance – Both Sides of Sunset: Photographing Los AngelesRaymond Pettibon – The Art of Black Flag (1980s) Load more Explore Reviews on ASX by type Reviews [...]

The Enemy Today: ‘Let Us Now Praise Infamous Men’

  For the authors Feuerhelm and Salu, theirs’ is an act of frustration at our willingness to sit back and be spoon-fed bullshit while behind us a cartoon mouse holds a gun to our head.   By Poppy Coles, June 2015 This book reads as an unrelenting portrait of “the enemy” today. Using the historic […]

Guy Tillim: ‘Departure’ (2003)

  Essay excerpt from Departure: Enough seen. The vision was encountered under all skies. Enough had. Noises of cities, in the evening, and in the sun- shine, and always. Enough known. The pauses of life – O Sounds and Visions! Departure into new affection and new noise! Arthur Rimbaud – Les Illuminations. My journeys have […]