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Q&A: Matthew Thorne — The Sand That Ate The Sea

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? No zero days. And, one that I owe to a good friend… he pointed out once that if you looked around at people in their 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s… people who had given…

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Friday Fry Up: Stacy Arezou Mehrfar — American Palimpsests

“The appeal of the undiscovered is strong in America. For three centuries the fundamental process in its history was the westward movement, the discovery and occupation of the vast free spaces of the continent.” Frederick Jackson Turner, The Frontier In…

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Q&A: Christian Filardo — Arroyo Teardrop

Are impulses more important than consequences? Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Impulses are extremely important to me. I choose to live by the philosophy of “it’s better to ask forgiveness than permission” perhaps this is a sign…

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Friday Fry Up: Sjoerd Houben — No Pleasure Cruise

Using the ‘World Happiness Report’ as a starting point for this project, Houben started by questioning the legitimacy of man’s search to control happiness. The project touches various subjects, but still keeps the concept of happiness at its core. While examining…

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Paper Journal — Photobook: Call for submissions

As Paper Journal prepares to go to print with their first issue, they’ve announced details of a follow up publication, a submission drawn photobook which will spotlight the work of 4 photographers. Each photographer will be chosen during their online call…

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Q&A: Christian Delfino — Scrap Yard

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? I imagine future generations will have exponentially more information available to them than…

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Perimeter Talks — Open Trade: Buying Books for Bookstores

Taking place approximately once a month on a Sunday afternoon, ‘Perimeter Talks’ features lectures, panel discussions and more casual in-conversations with publishers, artists, curators, designers, writers and editors. The talks explore and address various themes and issues relating to contemporary photographic,…

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Q&A: Jillian Freyer — 42 Wayne

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Really just trying to not waste time worrying and have less expectations and parameters for my own experiences, to be more open and enjoy the mundane. What will baffle future generations about…

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Friday fry Up: Fred Lahache — Looking for Hamza

Hamza and I grew up together. We were kids, then teens, and we’re still in touch. I remember the stories he would tell me after each summer in Morocco with his family, that time of the year we could not…

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Aint Bad Issue No.13 — Call for Entry

We are thrilled to be invited as a contributing curator for the forthcoming issue of Aint–Bad Magazine. Issue 13 pulls together a new group of guest curators and editors from all over the globe to collaborate on a publication that seeks the best…

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Q&A: Yan Wang Preston — Mother River

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? No. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Our obsessions with plastics. Are you aware of any conspiracies? No. What is it that interests you about photography? It…

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Friday Fry Up: Marie Queau — Odds and Ends

Aiming to document a post-apocalyptic story, the Odds and Ends series presents itself as a documentary poem about the signs announcing the end of world. These images were designed as an obituary of the Earth, and were mainly shot in…

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Susan Lipper: Domesticated Land — Dashwood Launch

Susan Lipper will be signing copies of her new book ‘Domesticated Land’ (Mack) at Dashwood Books (33 Bond Street) this Tuesday, June 12th from 6 to 8pm. If you’re in NY don’t miss it, they’re beautiful and you should have…

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The Ones We Love: Open Call

‘The Ones We Love’ are seeking your best portraits for their first online exhibition curated by founder and editor Lindley Warren. Head on over to theoneswelove.net for submission info and guidelines. Image — Mo Costello, from the Issue 1.

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Q&A: Kalpesh Lathigra — Discarded Fruit

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Trying to be quiet and listen more and not feeling the need to fill silence with something not worth saying. 
What will baffle future generations about our day and age? The narcissism of the…

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Friday Fry Up: Mark Griffiths

Inspired by R.S Thomas’s poem ‘A welsh landscape’ I set out to challenge his negative portrayal of a country that I love so dearly today. Wales today is a far cry from Thomas’s ideologies of his welsh nationalistic values. This…

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Q&A: Lila Barth & Jake Marsiglia

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Jake: To get off the phone and work on my posture. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Lila: The lack of consideration we had for them. Are you aware of…

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Bloom Publishing: Open

Thrilled to be a presenting partner for Bloom Publishings latest project ‘Open’, an interactive online photo salon inviting photographers to submit and vote on images that will make up the content of Bloom’s next publication, to be released at the New…

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Friday Fry Up: Naoya Hatakeyama — Excavating the Future City

For the past thirty years, Japanese photographer Naoya Hatakeyama has undertaken a photographic examination of the life of cities and the built environment. Each of his series focuses on a different facet of the growth and transformation of the urban…