The Neoliberal Photo Museum Is Not Your Friend

The main problem with the neoliberal photography museum — such as Fotografiska — is not that it doesn’t treat photography or photographers properly. To insist on such proper treatment is to miss the place’s mission entirely: what is on view is not photography. Instead, it…


Confusion and Hostility

APP: Three Years Later

The Problem with Helmut Newton

Ábel Szalontai’s Repetitive Sublime

Céline van Balen 1965-2023

Kazumichi, Hiromichi: Daidō

A Certain Idea of a Natural History

We Stay

Україна Yelena Yemchuk

Hidden under the Amstel

Un cuerpo escupe sol

A Sense of Longing

Whose Responsibility?


Against Narrative

See you in June!

Conversations about Germany: Thomas Weski

Depravity’s Rainbow

Photography and Art

Better Not Move

Thoughts on AI Images: Art, Very Convincing Nonsense, and Visual Literacy

Another world

This Almost Empty Road

1912 – 1949 – 1978

Photography’s Deceit: Our Deceit

On Rape

About Time

The Presence of Something Past

Melody of Light


Small Myths

The Sleeping Island

Master Rituals

Conversations about Germany: Anne Morgenstern

Winter Workshops 2023

Conversations about Germany: Tobias Kruse

How to read a photobook

El juego de la madalena

Memories like falling rain

The Holistic Method of Photography

The Land of Promises

Outside Room 8

Flipping the Bird

Recommended Readings

Some Say Ice

Dall.E Vaterland

Conversations about Germany: Jonas Feige

I Just Wanna Surf

The Unassuming Photobook

The Death of the Artist (or: On the Arts Economy)

Failing Forward

“I was close to Americans”

Klara and the Bomb

Beautiful, Still.

Let’s Talk About Our Tools


Mentoring, Workshops


The Politics of American Property