As her father gradually loses his sight due to glaucoma, artist Moe Suzuki begins to document the daily life they share together.
Category: Contemporary Photography
Wuhan Radiography is a surprising series of black and white analog images taken by Belgian photographer Simon Vansteenwinckel.
Graubard’s intimate and striking colour approach to photography found a voice of its own when she packed up and embedded herself within Eastern Europe during the early nineties.
This retrospective of the life’s work of the great photo enthusiast and publisher Hansgert Lambers shows images from seven decades that the artist took in Barcelona, Berlin, London, Ostrava, Paris and Prague.
Andrea Diefenbach’s images from the rural regions of the Republic of Moldova are a journey through time to a place that has been in an identity crisis since its independence 30 years ago.
Since 2010 Thomas Boivin has been making contemplative black and white photographs of his Parisian neighbourhood and the people who live there.
(1) Laura Larson: City of Incurable Women (2) Teo Becher: Charbon Blanc (3) Antigone Kourakou: Transfiguration
Richard Misrach is one of the most influential photographers of his generation. In the 1970s, he helped pioneer the renaissance of color photography and large-scale presentation that are in widespread practice today.
A photo-text book, The Ecology of Dreams is a compendium of Los Angeles’ psychological landscape.
(1) Emily Graham: The Blindest Man (2) Viktoria Binschtok: Connection (3) Philipp Mueller: 120 bpm.
Named after the Hebrew term referring to the Holy Land, Ha Aretz is a reinterpretation of the biblical stories amidst a globalized world of alienation and conflict.
This is the seventh book in a series of titles about Furuya’s wife. In it, he revisits the first and final holidays they spent together before Christine took her own life.