The Second Shift

“The Second Shift is the term given to the hidden shift of housework and childcare primarily carried out by women on top of their paid employment.” This is the first sentence of a short text right at the beginning of Clare Gallagher‘s The Second Shift.…

Into the Forest (part 1)

Photography and Narrative (part 2)

Photography and Narrative (part 1)

Photobook Reviews (Week 17/2016)

Why does it always have to be about something?

Photobook Reviews (Week 15/2016)

About Criticism

Photobook Reviews (W13/2016)

A Renewed Case for Blogging

Mayumi Suzuki and the Tsunami’s Aftermath

Photobook Reviews (W10/2016)

A Conversation with Alvaro Deprit

A Conversation with M. Scott Brauer

Photobook Reviews (W07/2016)

A Conversation with Francesco Merlini

A Conversation with Jonas Feige

A Conversation with David Fathi

Photobook Reviews W03/16

Indexicality vs. Interpretation

Photobook Reviews W01/2016

CPC 2015: The Winners

My favourite photobooks in 2015 (and more)

When pictures look like pictures made to look like pictures

What Would Laszlo Moholy-Nagy Do?

J.W. Fisher + J.T. Leonard: Landmark

The Sauerkraut Files (1)

The Encyclopedia of Kurt Caviezel

Photobook Reviews (W45/2015)

Reminder: Conscientious Portfolio Competition 2015

Paul Graham and the Whales

Photobook Reviews (W42/2015)

On Cliches

Unseen 2015

Conscientious Portfolio Competition 2015

Photobook Reviews (W37/2015)

Photobook Reviews (W36/2015)

The Gestures of Photography

Matthew Porter’s Archipelago

The Conversation of Photography

Photobook Reviews (W31-32/2015)

Photobook Reviews (W30/2015)

Photography and Criticism

Marie-José Jongerius: Edges of the Experiment

The Question of Audience

Conscientious Fundraiser 2015

Anne Morgenstern: Land ohne Mitte

Incredibly Cheap Photobooks

Sally Mann: Hold Still

Photobook Reviews (W21/2015)

A Game of Expectations

Photobook Reviews (W20/2015)

Photobook Reviews (W19/2015)

The Dead Sea

Photobook Reviews (W17/2015)

Roger Ballen: Outland

Georgiou Street View

Felipe Russo’s Centro: Seeing a City Through Its Patina

Ken Schles: Invisible City/Night Walk

A Conversation with Melissa Catanese

A Conversation with Katrien de Blauwer