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Palm* Photo Prize 2020

You now have just days left to support the photographers in the 2020 Palm* Photo Prize shortlist. Head on over palmstudios.co.uk where you can purchase prints directly from their site with all profits going directly to the artists. The Judge’s Panel…

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Q&A: Alys Tomlinson — Ex Voto

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? I’m not religious at all, which might be surprising given that I spent five years of my life documenting Christian pilgrimage sites, but I have always believed in Quaker values such…

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Q&A: Anaïs Boileau — Plein Soleil

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Living every day step by step and make it the most creative and peaceful. What is it that interests you about photography? The possibility to deal with life, reality, and create fiction…

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Friday Fry Up: Elena Helfrecht — Plexus

‘Plexus’ is a photographic case study through archival still lifes, highlighting the effects of inherited trauma and postmemory, and providing a familiar terrain to explore the influence of the family on psychological and cultural processes within history. In this work,…

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Q&A: Melissa Catanese — Voyagers (The Ice Plant)

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Care less (in a Buddhist sense). What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Climate change deniers and perhaps also Punxsutawney Phil. Are you aware of any conspiracies? Too many to mention. What is…

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Q&A: Ana Zibelnik — We are the ones turning

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? I’m getting better at doing what I want rather than what’s expected of me. I also think that kindness is a bit underrated. What will baffle future generations about our day and…

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Virtual — Assembly. Online Book Fair

Heavy will be taking part in the inaugural online book fair Virtual—Assembly this coming weekend. Virtual—Assembly brings together artists and thinkers from around the world, at a time when half the population of the planet is on lockdown. This first iteration features live discussions…

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Q&A: Paul Kooiker — Eggs and Rarities

What is it that interests you about photography? Surrealism. What part of the planet would you like to explore? Africa. Describe a personal hell? The beach. Which living person do you most admire? Lars von Trier. What is the best way to educate yourself?…

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Q&A: Salvatore Vitale — How To Secure A Country

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Not really. Are you aware of any conspiracies? I’m aware of many. As everyone is in the internet age. But I’m not too critical about that, I enjoy exploring how creative groups of people…

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Friday Fry Up: Evan Perkins — When Light is Put Away

When Light is Put Away evolved from my fascination with astronomy and the vastness of the night sky. I spent my nights photographing the heavens in an attempt to satisfy my longing to access worlds lightyears away. In the midst…

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Q&A: J Houston — Tuck and Roll

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? I’ve been trying to validate myself more before looking outside. Lately, I’ve seen a lot of artists posting all their rejection letters in solidarity with each other; it’s been a really…

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Friday Fry Up: Stephen Goldstein — Approaching Garland

Approaching Garland is a project about small communities and people who live off the land, scattered around the outskirts of Flagstaff, Arizona. Abandoned homes and people, settled in the mountains of Northern Arizona. Also photographed in the project, are visitors to…

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Jm Ramirez Suassi — Fordlândia

The Amazon is much more than a river. It is the visible appearance, infinitely rich in analogies, of the reality of things. This seems obvious, when poetic languages intervene to describe reality, the latter loses its documentary sharpness and is…

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Q&A: Michael Ashkin — Were It Not For (FW Books)

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Full socialism.
What will baffle future generations about our day and age? That we accepted its appearances as reality.
Are you aware of any conspiracies? Yes. What is it that interests you about photography? That its relationship to…

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Friday Fry Up: Bryan Schutmaat — Vessels

Photographed in the American Southwest, Vessels is a body of work that includes intimate portraits of travelers—mostly hitchhikers and highway drifters who dwell along the interstate system—as well as landscapes and still life photos that offer an updated view of…

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Q&A: Mark McKnight — Decreation

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Live and Let Live (on my better days). What is it that interests you about photography? The suggestive, poetic potential of it. What part of the planet would you like to explore? The interior part. If you…

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Palm* Photo Prize 2020 — Submissions open

The 2020 Palm* Photo Prize is now open and ready to receive your submissions. It’s free to enter and if your work is selected as one of the top 100 entries you will be included in the resulting Palm* Photo Prize…

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Q&A: Melissa Ann Pinney — Chicago Public Schools

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? It’s more like a resolution than a philosophy– I’ve been trying to withhold judgement of others for just a bit longer. I can be quick to judge and am often wrong in my…