Photographing a Zero-Sum Game

For the longest time, economists and politicians alike have been content with playing a curious zero-sum game: as long as the number of jobs lost is equal or smaller than the number of jobs gained, everything is fine. This makes perfect sense for someone who…

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Anne Morgenstern: Land ohne Mitte

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A Game of Expectations

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The Dead Sea

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Roger Ballen: Outland

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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

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A Conversation with Lucy Levene

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A Conversation with Kentaro Takahashi

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A Way of Looking, a Way of Seeing

Review: Julian Röder – World Wide Order

A Conversation with Emine Gozde Sevim

Responsibility and Truth in Photography

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My favourite photobooks in 2014

Conscientious Portfolio Competition 2014: The Winners

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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

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