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Q&A: Caroline Tompkins

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? I was reading a lot Thich Nhat Hahn, Maharaji, and Ram Dass, but then I went to a 10-day silent meditation retreat and stopped all that. Now I just spend most days…

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Friday Fry Up: Junya Suzuki

Since ancient times, the Japanese have had a unique aesthetic sense referred to as “wabi-sabi”. Generally, this style prefers the mundane over the showy, quietude over eloquence, and stillness over movement. However, almost no opportunity to hear about the style exists…

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Q&A: Kovi Konowiecki

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Don’t take things too seriously and enjoy the process. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? How morbidly addicted we are to our smart phones. Are you aware of any…

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Friday Fry Up: Trever Barber

Trever Barber is a photographer focusing on the impact of landscape on political and moral belief systems, specifically rural areas on the eastern side of the Cascade mountains in Washington state. ‘God ain’t no poet’ is an ongoing project that…

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Q&A: Mary Kang

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Acknowledge my dark side and work from there.  Also, “Put on your own oxygen mask before assisting others.” What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Many things: refugee crisis, discrimination based on…

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Heavy II: Printed Matter Launch

We’ve just touched down in NY and are gearing/warming up for the launch of Heavy II at Printed Matter this coming Saturday (11th). Please join us 5-7pm for the first available NY copies of Heavy II and some shared beers courtesy of…

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Thanks LA

A huge thank you to anyone who visited our table at LAABF or showed at our launch at Family Books this Saturday past, we had the kind of time only LA can provide, thanks for showing off and treating us right….

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Houston Center for Photography Open Call

The Houston Center for Photography are holding their annual Juried Membership Exhibition Open Call. Opens: March 3, 2017, deadline for submissions is April 21, 2017 Entry Fee: $35 — Membership Fee: Starting at $35 — Total Costs: $70+ For a complete checklist…

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Q&A: Andrejs Strokins

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Nope. Are you aware of any conspiracies? Not yet. What is it that interests you about photography? Ability to render 3d image to 2d flat surface. What is the worst thing about city life?…

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Heavy II: LA Launch

We’re excited to announce Heavy II is finally launching internationally and we’ll be heading US way for the occasion. Thank you everyone for your patience, we took no joy in splitting the release and we can’t wait to share it…

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Friday Fry Up: Dylan Pf

A home is a building that houses human life, that stores the things that define its inhabitants, and maps the souls of those who find themselves enclosed between its walls. When one leaves this space it can be read in…

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Heavy at LAABF

We’re excited to announce that we’ll be sitting a table at this years LA Art Book Fair, where we have also been selected as a part of Focus: Photography, a curated cross-section of photo-based books and magazines, which includes: ARÖK (Lithuania); Goodbye…

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Q&A: Troy Holden

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Lay low and keep shooting. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Developing film and darkroom prints. Are you aware of any conspiracies? Lomo 800 is really expired Agfa 400. What…

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Q&A: Georges Monceaux

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Just the one that my late father told me about when I was a teenager. It is hard to explain in text but the major principle is “Try to have as…

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Friday Fry Up: Anne Lass

Lass converts her personal impression of the US-American living space into a panopticon of absent self-situatedness. It is the absence of any reference to place and the randomness of shown locations that conduct her to the paradox title Geography of…

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Q&A: Aapo Huhta

KD — Where do you reside and what do you love about it? AH — At the moment I’m living in Windhoek, Namibia, focusing on producing new work. What I like here is the distance and the isolation that is…

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Q&A: Stelios Kallinikou

Photography can lead you though terrifying experiences and through the warmest baths of love if you are brave enough to let it. When it comes to photography, Stelios is certainly prolific. Blurring the boundaries between parallel narratives occurring within the…

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Heavy @ Perimeter Talks

Perimeter is thrilled to announce a new programming initiative for 2017: Perimeter Talks. Taking place approximately once a month on a Sunday afternoon, the series will feature lectures, panel discussions and more causal in-conversations with publishers, artists, curators, designers, writers…

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Heavy II: Melbourne Launch

Please join us on Saturday the 28th of January at Magic Johnston for the Melbourne launch of Heavy II presented by Perimeter Books. A compendium of contemporary photography focusing on the conversation; Heavy Volume II is in an exploration of image and text…

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Q&A: Gábor Arion Kudász

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? I never had the endurance to commit myself long enough to any of them. Maybe the only idea that stays with me is that I better not adopt any predigested philosophy,…