Photography and State Violence

Over the course of its history, photography has been serving oppressors and liberators equally. The machine doesn’t care what it is being used for. Seen that way, it finds its place in the history of what think of as progress: that long march towards a…

Deutschland Deutschland

The Shabbiness of Beauty

Kosuke Okahara’s Dreams

Encampment, Wyoming

Dawoud Bey’s Street Portraits

A World That May Not Have Anything to Offer

Alles nur künftige Ruinen

I Don’t Recognize Me in the Shadows

Bad Ass and Beauty

Home Fires

The Photograph Isn’t the Landscape

The Twenty Years War

Still, Life

Tomorrow’s Snow

Photobook Reviews (W8/2021)

Woman Go No’Gree

The Green Helicopter

A Conversation with Karolina Gembara (cont’ed)

A Conversation with Karolina Gembara

Photography’s Table Top Joes

An Educational Archive

To pick up a book about stones

Alice Rose George 1944-2020

Photography’s Neoliberal Realism

The Biggest of All Small Miracles

An Attic Full of Trains Flattened in Time and Space (in which the reviewer short circuits)

Small Town Portraits

New books by Sibylle Fendt and Michał Adamski

The Locusts

Vaterland

The Social Photo and Collective Modern Life

Goraiko

Hiroh Kikai 1945-2020

Heart of Darkness

A Few Fragmented Thoughts on Michael Schmidt (In No Particular Order)

Portraits and Dreams

How to Add Words to Pictures

Tree and Soil

Photography in Racial Time

At the Foot of the Long Wall

Adam and Dyba Lach’s Look at Poland

Max Zerrahn’s Snake Legs

The Living Mountain

The Incredible World of Photography

Power, Consent, and Obligations in Photography

Patina in Photography

China Dream

Let’s Talk About King Leopold

A Life With Pictures: Yurie Nagashima’s Self-Portraits

Amoral Pictures

The Print, the book, the screen

Deveonte Joseph and the Class of 2020

Oliver Chanarin’s Male Gaze

4100 Duisburg

Colby Hutson’s Compassion

Event Horizon

A Seventh Man

Handbook of the Spontaneous Other

A Walk with Gerry Johansson

A Conversation with Yurie Nagashima