Office tour : Desk – Mr Kobayashi

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…


Friday Fry Up: Zahid Jiwa

Zahid Jiwa is a photographer and visual effects artist currently based in Montréal, Quebec. See more of his work at:

Gus Powell, "We are here to make you happy." 
From the book The Lonely Ones
J&L Books 2015

Q&A: Gus Powell

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Optimism and humanism . . . combined . . . like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich . . . What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Those U shaped “pillows”…


Friday Fry Up: Txema Salvans

Txema Salvans, Barcelona 1971 — Achieving Happiness Every night, before going to sleep, I hose down the inside of my brain, so that I sleep like a baby. This method wasn’t prescribed to me by any strange doctor, I invented it…


Q&A: Martina Borsche

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Be patient. Be nice. What is it that interests you about photography? People and situations. Photography can lay bare aspects of people’s lives and personalities they don’t otherwise reveal. What is the worst thing about…


Instagram Takeover: Jason Koxvold

We’re excited to have Jason Koxvold taking the wheel of our Instagram next week, watch that space from Monday as he shares images from his forthcoming book ‘Knives’ currently available for preorder via Kickstarter (here). Knives is a project made over several…


Friday Fry Up: Jitka Hanzlová

Rokytnik, 1990 – 1994. Jitka Hanzlová was born and raised in Czechoslovakia before emigrating to Essen, Germany in 1982,  where she studied Communication Design at the University of Essen and continues to work and live. See more at:


Q&A: Anu Kumar

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Living life with the confidence of a mediocre white dude..I think Sarah Hagi tweeted that. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? I’m hoping living for social media will become a…


Record: Typology of Photography

How and why do we categorise photographs and photographers? Documentary, art, commercial, self-taught, graduate and hobbyist, all boxes used to describe and conform images and their makers. How important are these definitions today and without them would we know where…


Instagram Takeover: Greg Girard

We’re excited to have Canadian photographer Greg Girard taking over our Instagram next week, tune in from Monday as he shares images from his recently released book Under Vancouver 1972-1982.


Friday Fry Up: Kris Kozlowski Moore

“Forty Six Guns takes Switzerland’s idiosyncratic and unassuming gun culture as both its genuine and ostensible subject. Having one of the highest rates of gun ownership per capita in the world, it is concurrently cited as one of the world’s…


A Place Both Wonderful and Strange

A Place Both Wonderful and Strange is a photographic anthology that is to be published by Fuego Books (Murcia, Spain) this coming summer, it presents the work of 12 international photographers taking inspiration from Twin Peaks and the work of David Lynch in a hardcover…


Jason Koxvold: Knives

KNIVES is a project made over several years, using documentary photography to trace the shifting relationships between masculinity, myth, and violence in a rural town whose economic base remains eviscerated by globalisation. The cutlery industry formed the economic backbone of…


Xiaoxiao Xu: Aeronautics in the Backyard

Eriskay Connection continue to publish elegant photo books with Xiaoxiao Xu’s Aeronautics in the Backyard. Throughout this detailed volume we see flight objects and designs, aviators’ personal memories and stories examining the world of backyard aviation in rural China. Aeronautics…


Q&A: Travis Gillett

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? This too shall pass. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? That we spent so much time on things that mattered so little. Are you aware of any conspiracies? That the world is…


Olive Juice: Molly Matalon & Damien Maloney

Olive Juice is a collaborative photobook from Molly Matalon and Damien Maloney that was published by VUU in 2016. The project started with Maloney and Matalon’s first IRL meeting on a road trip to Niagara Falls. For over three years…


Q&A: Fabrizio Albertini

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Try to remember to breathe, do not get angry, make a decision. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? The social network dependence, or I hope that. What is it that interests…


Matthieu Litt: Horsehead Nebula

Few places in the world still seem to instil a true sense of distance today; through a proliferation of information, images and travel, even those places geographically far from us can be easily reached both virtually and physically. Yet this…


Thank you London : )

Many thanks to everyone who made it to our launch and signing at The Photographers Gallery this Thursday night, we’re sore, tired and smiling, thanks for showing us such a great time and see you all again next year. Special…