Review: Stephen Gill – Pigeons & Marten Lange – Citizen

Pigeons have followed us into our cities. They mingle among footfalls in the shadows of hundred-story buildings, and huddle in the forlorn but sometimes lively nooks that architecture forgets. Magnificent in their banality, or banal in their magnificence, they are…


Friday Fry Up: Lucas Foglia’ Human Nature

“I grew up on a small farm in the suburbs, thirty miles east of New York City. The forest that bordered the farm was my childhood wilderness, a wild place to play that was ignored by our neighbors who commuted…


Perimeter x Heavy: Masahisa Fukase – 鴉 (Ravens)

Masahisa Fukase – 鴉 (Ravens) Text by Kristian Haggblom Perhaps only a man subsumed by despair could have imagined beginning such a book as this, but certainly only a great artist could have made an obsession of personal pain and…


Perimeter x Heavy: Seiichi Furuya — Why Dresden

Seiichi Furuya – Why Dresden Text by Emma Phillips The photographs that populate Japanese photographer Seiichi Furuya’s new book Why Dresden (published by Spector Books, Leipzig) are quietly radiant. Photographed from 1983 to 1984, the book lays bare a personal…


Friday Fry Up: Manal Abu-Shaheen

The unique landscape that has resulted from the dominance of the automobile industry in the United States is the subject of Fuel. The homogeneity of strip mall architecture growing out of a culture that prioritizes individual identity is distinctly American….


Jake Reinhart: Where The Land Gives Way

The woods behind my parents house had been undermined long before we lived there. Down near the creek there was a boarded up mine entrance. It looked too small to stand up inside, which confused me. We tied a rope…


Unseen Amsterdam 2017

Spread across 53 galleries in over 14 countries Unseen Amsterdam is back for its sixth edition and takes place late next month from 22 – 24 September (Preview 21 September). This edition of the Fair presents a generous helping of new photography,…


Q&A: Ciara J. Alberts

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Be fluid like water. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Animal agriculture and current American politics. Are you aware of any conspiracies? My grandpa worked at Area 51…

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Q&A: Caleb Stein

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? I grew up in London and New York City, with family in both. I’ve found that living in big cities can make people a little jaded at times. I really want to…

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Q&A: Danielle Madeley

  Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? You do not need to leave your room. Remain sitting at your table and listen. Do not even listen, simply wait, be quiet still and solitary. The world will freely offer…

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Thirteen: Hartford MFA Photography Thesis Show

Joseloff Gallery is pleased to present 13, a group exhibition of the Hartford MFA Photography graduating class of 2017. This exhibition brings together the work of thirteen photographers: Rita Baunok, Ben Brody, Charles Byrne, Zach Callahan, Matthew Genitempo, Garrett Grove,…


Larry Sultan: Pictures From Home

Getting older is kind of OK. ‘Pictures From Home’ is a document of Larry Sultan’s parents in their twilight years, but it’s also a document of Larry reaching that point in life where you want to truly understand your parents….


This is the same ocean: Issue 6

The latest volume of Samuel J Davison’s This is the Same Ocean series takes the journal someplace else. Now in its sixth edition, Davison’s risograph photography journal follows familiar patterns, but the endpoint is never the same. The book shifts…

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Friday Fry Up: Jack Minto

‘The ‘City of Lights’ guise of Las Vegas, Nevada, exists only to a four mile run known as the ‘strip’. Walk a little east or west of this and find yourself within a world overshadowed by the billion-dollar entertainment industry….

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Q&A: Ian Kline

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy?  Trying to wake up early(ish) and being open. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Our old Myspace accounts. Are you aware of any conspiracies? Trump pushes mongo and Pence…

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Friday Fry Up: Meg Porteous

In 2016 Meg Porteous was selected as one of ten artists internationally to attend the Shiro Ono Artist Residency in Japan. The works in Departure Melody, produced during this time, continue the artist’s exploration into daily life and contemporary culture….

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Q&A: Caitlin Teal Price

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Yeah, I’m trying to appreciate the small things in life while continuing to shoot for the big ones. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? How much time we…