Helga Härenstam (*1980) is a photographer based in Gothenburg, Sweden. Howling & Humans is published by Journal.
As a co-founder of the photographers’ agency OSTKREUZ, Hauswald is one of the most important figures in German photography.
Mato Grosso by Raquel Bravo is a post-memory work that arises after the encounter with the photographic archive of her father.
Restraint and Desire is the culmination of a lifelong creative partnership between husband and wife Ken Graves and Eva Lipman.
This is the story of a heist carried out by a family of smalltime criminals and their circle of endearing crooks.
“Citiscapes”, photographed by Wüst from 1979 to 1985, is considered as his most important body of work from that period.
This long-term project, by South African photographer Alice Mann, explores the unique sport of drum majorettes.
Over 15 years Oliver Stegmann visited different circuses to take photos of what happens behind the curtains.
In January 1974, David Godlis, then a 22-year-old photo student, took a ten-day trip to Miami Beach, Florida.
Sunshine Hotel assembles 175 photos made between 1969 and 2018—more than half previously unpublished.
Apiary uses a cinematic lens to uncover the dark underbelly of Lewes, a town in South East England.
(1) Tereza Zelenkova: The Essential Solitude (2) Laura Bielau – Arbeit (3) Clara Prioux – Do You Ever Feel Like Nobody Really Cares.