Rental Person Who Does Nothing

There is the temptation in the West to see what comes out of Japan as playful and slightly weird. A quote by Ruth Ozeki on the American cover of Sayaka Murata’s Convenience Store Woman describes the book as “quirky, deadpan, poignant, and quietly profound, a…

Women at Work

Deutschland im Herbst

Ordinary Things


Gerry Johansson — The Beginnings

A new view of photography

Packing My Library

Was Ray a Laugh?

Claire Dederer’s Monsters

how shall we greet the sun

Koechlin House

The Sapper

The Oldest Thing

Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji


The Enigma of Belonging

Tout va bien

Stills & Stones

Brief Experiments With Dall.E 3

The Oilmen and Their Rigs

The Neoliberal Photo Museum Is Not Your Friend


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