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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…

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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…

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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…

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Friday Fry Up: Sophie Barbasch — Military Logic

Sophie Barbasch — Military Logic I went to photograph the military police school in Fortaleza, Brazil in 2016, right when President Dilma Rouseff was being removed from office in what many saw as a coup. It brought to mind the…

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Q&A: Keith Yahrling — What Was Lost At Fort Sill

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? It isn’t something I’ve started recently, but I’ve never been the type of person that remains content for very long. My curiosity and my desire for new adventures tends to keep me…

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Q&A: June Sanders — Daughter of Something

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Never flourish, never die.What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Meme culture. Vegetables. How little we care about the things that keep us alive. Are you aware of any…

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Friday Fry Up: Pearce Leal — A Field Guide to Seeing New land

A Field Guide to Seeing New land Large numbers of photo-tourists now flock to destinations that are dramatically shaped by the effects of global warming, increasing the traffic to capture a landscape that is rapidly and unnaturally changing. A Field…

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Q&A: Andrew Skoda

What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Definitely the multitude of internet subcultures and communities, both alive and dead, alongside the vernacular text and image-based languages spawned within. What is it that interests you about photography? The tenderness of a…

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Q&A: Stefano Lemon — The Grove

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Carpe Diem. Believe in now: all the plans you’re thinking today will be gone by tomorrow. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Time has changed a lot during the…

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Friday Fry Up: Amy Mifsud — Building 57

Building 57 is a series attempting to give power to the youth of military communities in the UK. Power is something that most of the youths I’ve worked with feel they don’t have. Often a military child will move as…

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Heavy III — Funded :)

Sometime before Christmas we cracked our preorder goal and ran right through the finish line. Thank you all for your generous support, we are humbled and excited to take this project to print. Stay tuned for updates as we move into…

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Q&A: Robert Darch — The Moor

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Not really, I live a pretty simple life and don’t follow any prescribed ideologies. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Can’t even say the word….begins with B and ends in…

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Perimeter Talks: Soft Copy — Amy & Brian Kanagaki

The final Perimeter Talks event for 2018, Soft Copy: in conversation is this Saturday, 15 December. The talk will see the founders of New York-based publishing imprint and design studio Soft Copy – Amy and Brian Kanagaki – discuss their…

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Mack First Book Award 2019

The Mack First Book Award is now open for submissions and for the first time since the award was founded in 2012, will not be limited to nominated projects but open to all photographers who have not previously been published by…

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Friday Fry Up: Kelvin Bugler — Discord

The Dead Sea is shrinking rapidly due to numerous factors including climate change and shifting population which have impacted natural watersheds; large salt deposits in the ground have disappeared causing the earth to sink and beaches to be cordoned off….

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Cody Cobb x Booooooom — Print Fundraiser

    Booooooom have teamed up with Seattle-based photographer, Cody Cobb for a limited edition print fundraiser to benefit victims of the California wildfires. The 11″ x 14″ signed and numbered time-limited edition print is exclusive to Booooooom and only available…

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Friday Fry Up: Landon Speers — Wild Rose

Landon brings his visual and musical practices together with the release of Wild Rose, a book of original photography with an accompanying album of ambient compositions. The collection encapsulates moments of stillness through vignettes of natural elements both rural and…