Portraits and Dreams

I have long thought of photography as being centred on what you do with cameras and photographs — instead of merely as being centred on cameras and photographs. In other words, I see photographs as means to an end — and not as the end…

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

Stephen Shore’s Small-Camera Footnotes

Modernism’s Mechanical Tombstones

Rinko Kawauchi’s World of Wonders

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Picturing Roland Barthes’ Unseen Photograph

Glass Strenči

Photography and Masculinity

Day Sleeper

Thoughts on Dora Maar

Time Atlas

A Part of Marianne Müller’s Life

The Second Shift

The Form of the Photobook (Revisited)

After Social Media

Were it not for the nightmares.

You Haven’t Seen Their Faces: Contemporary Photography’s Stylish Muteness

Mari Katayama’s Gift

Making Pictures With Migrants

Making Sense of the World with Pictures

Lacuna Park

Making Pictures

Berlin-Wedding (and the rest of West Germany)

Fünf Finger Föhn Frisur

American Origami

Bath in Brilliant Green

Attention Servicemember

When Red Disappears

Photobook Reviews W39/2019

Images and Text, Text and Images

New Dutch Views

Photography in the Era of Digital Proliferation

Paula Markert’s voyage across Germany

家族 – A Fragmented Response to Masahisa Fukase’s Family

Your Post Goes Against Our Community Guidelines: An Algorithmic Rewriting of History

A World Held At Arm’s Length: Ke Peng’s Salt Ponds

Your Post Has Been Deleted – Censorship on Instagram