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Q&A: Phoebe Kiely — They were my landscape

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? I never consciously thought of myself as living by a philosophy, but I do often try to believe that everything happens for a reason. I falter in believing this sometimes though….

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Friday Fry Up: Michael Zuhorski — Eyes Make the Horizon

Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is an insular body of land. The largest freshwater system in the world defines its borders and seeps through its interior, isolating the peninsula. In November 2015 I began living near the peninsula’s north shore with the…

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Q&A: Noritaka Minami — California City (Real Estate)

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Work smarter, not harder. 
What will baffle future generations about our day and age? The short-sightedness of our actions and decisions. 
Are you aware of any conspiracies? I was reminded recently…

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Q&A: Max Mikulecky — Fugue State

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Trying to work hard, be kind, and be open. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Trump’s presidency, “influencers”, the class divide. Are you aware of any conspiracies?…

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Q&A: M L Casteel — American Interiors

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? I once considered myself an anarchist and a punk rocker devoted to DIY ideals. I dropped out of school to travel around the world with a camera and play loud rock…

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Q&A: Tyler Healy — Boyz Night

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Do not become your emotions and brutal honesty. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? If there is a future generation they’ll probably wonder why we dragged our…

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Q&A: Alex Huanfa Cheng — Chinese Wonderland

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Always Look forward, go ahead, be simple. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? Working for a fixed post for many years. Are you aware of any conspiracies?…

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Q&A: Sarah Christianson — When the Landscape is Quiet Again

  What is it that interests you about photography? Being able to lose myself in the landscape and express my innermost emotions through the camera—especially those feelings that are lurking somewhere in the background that I haven’t been able to…

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Noah Thompson: Huon (Pool Grant Winner)

Congratulations Noah Thompson for taking out this years Pool grant with his project, HUON. It was a pleasure spending time with this work and we were thrilled to have been a part of the selection process. Looking forward to seeing…

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Same Paper: Closing Ceremony — Issue 02

Shanghai’s Same Paper launch their second issue of Closing Ceremony Magazine, this time giving it’s pages to the theme Americano. In this issue, Instead of taking American Photographic History as their editing orientation, Same Paper continue to approach this subject in…

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Nava Posters: Kickstarter

  Publishers of fine art photography posters Nava have just launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund their first major production run. Chosen by a team of curators from Chicago, LA, and NYC,  Nava collaborates with a select group of talented…

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Friday Fry Up: Marieke Van Der Velden — Das Paradies

In the summertime, when the temperatures in the Gulf State scan easily reach 50 degrees Celcius, it’s inhabitants travel to one of their favorite ‘cooling’ destinations: the Austrian village Zell am See. It receives more than 70.000 Arabic tourists per…

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Q&A: Delaney Allen — Red Orange

Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? If trying to raise a toddler while you and your partner are working as freelance photographers happen to be a philosophy then that’s my current one. Is daily repetition a philosophy?…

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Jason Koxvold: Calle Tredici Martiri — Cornershop opening

Calle Tredici Martiri (Alley of the Thirteen Martyrs) is a fictionalised photographic reinterpretation of Koxvold’s grandfather Aldo Varisco’s campaign of direct action against the Nazi occupation of Italy. The project’s title refers to the location of the Venetian headquarters of…

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Heavy III Melbourne Launch/Talk — Perimeter Books

We are thrilled to announce the first Australian launch of Heavy III at Melbourne’s Perimeter Books this month. This in-store event will see Jack Harries, The Heavy Collective’s founder, and editor-in-chief, discuss the relationship between photography and writing, the importance…

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Paul B Thulin — Pine Tree Ballads (Candela Books)

In the early 1900s, artist Paul Thulin’s great-grandfather settled on an island off the coast of Maine because it resembled his homeland of Sweden. Over a century later, his family returns to the same area, Gray’s Point, each summer. Throughout…