Klara and the Bomb

When nuclear powers agreed to stop testing nuclear weapons, they didn’t do this out of the goodness of their hearts. Instead, they agreed to the ban simply because they knew that they could run tests of another kind. Ever since, powerful supercomputers have been dedicated…

Beautiful, Still.

Let’s Talk About Our Tools

Isivumelwano

Mentoring, Workshops

Verdigris

The Politics of American Property

The Devil Is Leaving His Cave

Abdo Shanan’s Dry

On Quitting One’s Day Job

Atelier Yamanami

Writing About One’s Photography

Laissez Faire

Perfect Pearl

Photography is a force that gives us meaning

Shiotani

Photography: An Insecure Craft

Cut with the Blade dada through the Last Beer-Belly Cultural Epoch of Photoland

Paris Nord

The Craft of Photography

Photography After Capitalism

The Beauty of the Body

A Conversation with Rob Hornstra

Tokuko Ushioda’s Family Photography

Stand With Ukraine

What do we give back?

A Game of Photos

In Limbo

The Hotel

A Conversation with Anne Schwalbe

Art and Politics

Yaga

Eikoh Hosoe

Against Illusionism

A Conversation With Lina Scheynius

Against Neoliberal Dogma: Art And Creativity

Deana Lawson

A Conversation With 10×10 Photobooks

The Background Story of Kikuji Kawada’s The Map

A Conversation With Jenny Kim

Closed For Renovation

Things Aren’t Always As Mother Reports

More on Consent

Zur Linde

i saw the air fly

Springs and Wells

Course of the Empire?

Billable Hours in 6-minute increments

Butterflies

The Enemy Is Us

Speak The Wind

Soft Copy Hard Copy

Liberia

Into the Technological Sublime

Odd Time

Zenker

Issei Suda and Japanese Photography in the West

Thingstätten

Cai Dongdong’s History of Life

Angelus Novus

Photography and State Violence