Big Brother

Photography doesn’t deal well with mental states because by construction, the camera only records surfaces. This basic fact is a particular challenge for those aiming to deal with mental illness using photography. Depictions typically oscillate between the two poles of people either looking catatonic or…

Heikki Kaski – Tranquillity

The Helicopterism of Art-Editorial Photography

Awoiska van der Molen: Sequester

Review: Hans Eijkelboom’s People of the Twenty-First Century

Let’s talk about Pier 24

Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse: Ponte City

Peter Hebeisen’s 20th Century Battlefields

A Tale of Two Books: Paolo Woods and Arnaud Robert in Haiti

Photobook Reviews (Week 42/2014)

It is what it is

Book Reviews (W41/2014)

Justin Wilkes’ Cairo Diary

Field Report: Unseen 2014

Finding vs. Found

Daisuke Yokota

Photobook Reviews (Week 37/2014)

Laia Abril – The Epilogue

Conscientious Portfolio Competition 2014

Photobook Reviews (Week 35/2014)

Ute Mahler – Zusammenleben

Review: Pandora’s Camera by Joan Fontcuberta

On Process (Further Down the Rabbit Hole)

Photobook Reviews (Week 33/2014)

The fight over photographs

Jim Goldberg: Rich and Poor

Photobook Reviews (Week 31/2014)

Cortona on the Move 2014

Forms and Functions of Photobooks (Part 2)

Forms and Functions of Photobooks (Part 1)

Photobook Reviews (Week 28/2014)

Summertime Housekeeping

Photography Today

Photobook Reviews (Week 25/2014)

My Daily Struggle

The Trials and Tribulations of Making or Facing Photographs of War

Review: Stump by Christopher Anderson

Acacia Johnson’s Origins

Review: The pictures included in this envelope by Andrea Ferrari

Michael Schmidt 1945-2014

Review: We Shall by Paul D’Amato

Into the Light: Khalik Allah

Photobook Reviews (Week 20/2014)

Review: The Seventh Dog by Danny Lyon

Review: Unfamiliar Streets by Katherine A. Bussard

Review: Cristina de Middel’s Party. Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-Tung

How to write about your photographs

Review: The Third Day by Henrik Spohler

Peter van Agtmael’s Disco Night Sept 11

Review: Memory of Trees by Kathryn Cook

A Conversation with Bahar Habibi

What is a Photograph?

The Photobook: A History Volume III by Martin Parr and Gerry Badger

Review: Going Home by Muge

The Most Beautiful City in the World seen by Marco Lachi and Olufemi Terry

Photobook Reviews (Week 11/2014)

Jens Klein’s Walking the Dog

Review: The Beauty of Serious Work by Andreas Meichsner

Juan Aballe’s Country Fictions

Review: Emile Hyperion Dubuisson’s Far

The New Pictorialism