March 25, 2019

Maria Dupovkina's photographic odyssey into understanding the self, or her self, is this emotional typology of the body and mind. Few of us would posit ourselves in this way but Dupovkina applies herself with an honesty, an openess and an empathy which is remarkable. S...

March 18, 2019

Mark Ruwedel is one of the four photographers nominated for this years' Deutsche Borse Photography Foundation Prize. He was born in 1955 and spent a good part of his time photographing in North America exploring how geological, historical and political events leave the...

March 11, 2019

Jacob Holdt travelled across the United States between 1970-1975 chronicling an America that seemed to be falling apart at the seams. His images are a searing indictment of fear and inequality. His method was total immersion with his subject, diaristic, unflinching pho...

March 4, 2019

His imagery provides quotidian, intimate and autobiographic perspectives on the European zeitgeist spanning the period of the Second World War into the nineteen-seventies in the realms of love, sex, art, jazz, and alternative culture. He described his camera as 'infatu...

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