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Friday Fry Up: Sophie Green — Congregation (Loose Joints)

Congregation by Sophie Green is a celebration of Southwark’s Aladura Spiritualist African churches and congregations. Often referred to as “white garment” churches, Green’s images engage with rarely-documented dynamic communities who unite each weekend for Sunday service. Aladura is a denomination…

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The Paper Journal Annual — 2019

  The Paper Journal Annual 2019 is the result of a call-out which ran in June-July 2018, giving their readers the opportunity to submit work for the potential to be published in an inaugural photobook series. After 3 weeks and…

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Corinne Noordenbos — Sydney workshop & Public Lecture

  Corinne Noordenbos will be in Sydney later this month for a public lecture and a 3-day workshop at Contact Sheet. If you’re working on a book idea and need a sounding board, or just want to expand your practice,…

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Q&A: Sheron Rupp — Taken from Memory

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? At 76, trying to “think Young”, have a sense of humor, and keep busy with what matters. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Alas, newsprint? Are you…

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Heavy III — Now available online

We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Heavy III is now available for purchase online. Direct one to your mailbox from our brand new online store >here<. Heavy III spotlights work and words from 17 contemporary photographers and writers. Through…


Friday Fry Up: Christian Filardo — Gerontion

Gerontion presents Christian Michael Filardo’s latest work, with homage to T. S. Eliot’s poem of the same title (1920). Slipping between states of wakefulness and sleep, Filardo’s photographs and words motivate a liminal meandering. They are willed into being, existing…

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One of the interiors of the Alphabetic Tower. In 2013, the Rustavi 2 Broadcasting Company, which supported the then president of Georgia, Micheil Saakashvili, had a television studio there. That same year, Saakashvili’s party lost the parliamentary election and the former president was formally accused of appropriating government funds. The Rustavi 2 editorial department was deserted overnight, becoming a giant trap for birds. Dozens of rock sparrows flew into it through a small opening in the wall. Once they were trapped inside, a combination of heat and starvation killed them.

In 2013, president Mikheil Saakashvili was ousted and all his personal projects of accelerated change in Georgia were put on hold. Facade-like modernization covered the greatest number of political prisoners in entire post-soviet region. The series of images traces the abandoned dream of a man with almost unlimited power in his country.

Q&A: Rafal Milach — Refusal

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? At least one day off per week. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? How much we fucked this planet. Are you aware of any conspiracies? Of course….


Q&A: Lara Shipley — The Passerby

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? I’ve been anti-dogma ever since I was able to leave the Bible Belt (where I grew up). But I do believe in the power of listening to and telling stories.  


Friday Fry Up: Iacopo Pasqui — N

“N” is a work that reveals the link between an Italian province and with a part of its inhabitants: the 30-year-old generation. Young people with solid structures and formations must confront with the provincials dynamics of a contemporaneity in which…


Perimeter X Heavy: Mimi Plumb — Landfall (TBW Books)

Landfall is the first title from Mimi Plumb; constructed from a reimagined archive of photographs made in the 1980s while she was at the San Francisco Art Institute, it carefully weaves a narrative of unknown circumstances that reflect on the…


Palm* Photo Prize 2019 — Open Call

Palm* Photo Prize is an official satellite event to Photo London and open to photographers working in all disciplines and styles to submit images for an exhibition at theprintspace gallery opening on 14th May 2019. The submission is open between…


Simon Brugner: The Arsenic Eaters — (The Eriskay Connection)

In The Arsenic Eaters, Simon Brugner investigates the widespread historical belief that the consumption of arsenic, one of the most potent mineral poisons, is beneficial to one’s health. Many ‘poison eaters’ were found among the pre-20th-century rural population in the…


Katrin Koenning: Swell — Monash Gallery of Art

Katrin Koenning’s solo show ‘Swell’ opens at Monash Gallery of Art this month. If you’re in Melbourne please join her for the opening reception on Saturday, 16 March, from 2-4 pm. “Katrin Koenning’s exhibition Swell, is both beguiling and melancholy….


Q&A: Carlos Jaramillo — Cuba

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Depends on the day, it’s always changing. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? That we didn’t have a cure for cancer. Are you aware of any conspiracies?…


Review: Ingvar Kenne — The Ball (Journal)

The Ball is a wild and beautiful new book from Ingvar Kenne. A collection of photographs observing the mayhem of men and women at ten Bachelor & Spinster Balls photographed across two years and thousands of miles of the Australian…

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Friday Fry Up: Laurence Watts — Looking West

Looking West, by Laurence Watts, is a photographic work that examines performative masculinity in Australian Rodeo subculture and the iconography of the Cowboy. It aims to destabilise notions of masculine identity by revealing its construction through social performance. The work…

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Q&A: Andy Chen — Untitled (late summer)

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? I’ve been trying to cook something every day. Are you aware of any conspiracies? Copious amount of them, my favorite is definitely flat earth. What is it that interests you about…


Friday Fry Up: Tatum Shaw — Plusgood

According to the future laid out in George Orwell’s 1984, the English language will be decimated and reduced to only a small list of government approved words known as Newspeak. Nothing is beautiful. Nothing is marvelous. Nothing is fantastic. If…


Q&A: Mikiya Takimoto — Land Space

What will baffle future generations about our day and age? living in the modern society of Japan, I strongly believe that nuclear power is a negative legacy of our age. Are you aware of any conspiracies? Maybe it’s not a…