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Review: Phenomena

The study of life outside of our own is an activity which has entranced many, often emblematic of eliciting a insatiable wonder, or an abject attempt to ‘know’. Human understandings of animal life, and the possibility of ‘other life’, that…

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Friday Fry Up: Timothy O’Connell

‘Ireland’ is a record of my travels throughout both the North and South of Ireland over the past three years. The photographs are a reaction to my surroundings as I investigate ideas of cultural identity and it’s relationship to myself,…

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Q&A: Caiti Borruso

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? To find the things that make me hum. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? How poorly we treated women and how little we listened to them. Are you aware of any…

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Same Paper: Closing Ceremony

Shanghai-based publishing studio Same Paper announce the release of their new photo magazine Closing Ceremony. Named after the bookstore that houses the studios many and varied outputs, this debut issue gives its pages over to a number of contemporary street photographers and looks at…

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Friday Fry Up: Sem Langendijk

Sem Langendijk’s ‘Docklands’ is an ongoing research project, documenting the transition of former harbor areas in different cities of Amsterdam, New York and London. Focusing on the high demand for living near the water the project tries to get a grip…

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Perimeter X Heavy: Mark Gowing, Formist

Conversation: Mark Gowing, Formist (Sydney) Text by Felix Wilson Mark Gowing is the director of Formist, a Sydney-based publisher, design studio and soon-to-be type foundry responsible for some of the most considered and thoughtfully designed books currently being published in…

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Tara Wray: Too Tired For Sunshine

Vermont based photographer Tara Wray has launched a crowdfunding campaign this month to help fund her newest title ‘Too Tired For Sunshine’, which is set to be published and released by Yoffy Press early next year. It’s closing in on the finish…

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Q&A: Daniel Zhang

What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Meme culture, fidget spinners, and hip hop hoverboards. What is it that interests you about photography? It makes me dig deeper, and takes me to places I wouldn’t otherwise go. I think the…

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Thomas Albdorf: General view

General View is the aptly named book from Austrian photographer Thomas Albdorf, which takes a trip to Yosemite National Park as both it’s genuine and ostensible subject. As someone familiar with Albdorf’s other work as well as having visited Yosemite,…

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Daniel Shea: ’43-35 10th Street’ book preorder

Daniel Shea’s new book, 43-35 10th Street, to be published by Switezerlands Kodoji Press is now available for pre-order, you can put your name on one now for an early 2018 release and pick up some extras including Blisner Il…

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Friday Fry Up: Bouwe Brouwer

“Harvest Moon” is about the farmers’ festivals that take place at the end of summer in several small towns in the Dutch province of Friesland. Some of the festivals last for several days and attract ten-thousands of visitor. Locals as…

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Q&A: Ed Panar

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Prior planning prevents piss-poor performance. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Probably something that we can’t even recognize right now. Are you aware of any conspiracies? No comment. What is it that interests…

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Q&A: Kate Ovaska

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Yes, I have a philosophy and could write volumes on this. But in this short format, I will just say that I think everything matters. What will baffle future generations about our day…

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Curran Hatleberg: Higher Pictures

If you’re in NY this weekend make sure you visit Higher Pictures for en exhibition of new new works by Curran Hatleberg. This is Curran’s second solo exhibition with the gallery and opens this Saturday, November 18, from 4 – 6 pm…

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Friday Fry Up: Tommy Keith

“Personal Hotspot” bypass noun 1. a road enabling motorists to avoid a city or other heavy traffic points or to drive around an obstruction. 4. a surgical procedure in which a diseased or obstructed hollow organ is temporarily or permanently…

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Q&A: Chris Maggio

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Live Más.™ What will baffle future generations about our day and age? That we so willingly let corporations co-opt our most personal ideas about identity, ecology, and activism for profit. Hopefully, Kendall Jenner will…

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Dan Wilton: ‘Crane’ Book Launch

If you happen to be in London this coming Tuesday (14th November) make sure to drop in on the release of Dan Wilton’s new photo book ‘Crane’ – a sidelong glance at the sedate world of Swedish bird watching. “A…

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Friday Fry Up: Nic Ojae

“Despite once being the fourth largest city in the USSR, Tashkent is rapidly departing from the Soviet architecture of the Cold War. The infrastructure of the capital has largely been repurposed or forgotten since Uzbekistan’s vote for independence in 1991….

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Perimeter X Heavy: Sam Contis – Deep Springs

Sam Contis: Deep Springs (MACK) — Text by Emma Phillips The physical form of the book is inherently conducive to photographic series that have a distinct beginning, middle and end, and as a result, it seems that many photographers yield to…

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Q&A: Sung jin Park

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Always giving. Can’t take anything with me after life. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? How primitive, yet they will find our time more romantic than theirs. Are you…