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Joji Hashiguchi's "We Have No Place to Be"
In the early 1980s, Joji Hashiguchi began to document the pressures on young people in Japan with his debut work, "Shisen." Stifled by the mounting expectations posed by an increasingly competiti
March 26, 2020
Sheltering in Place: Ideas From "The Photographer's Playbook"
Navel gazing can get a little old, so, in the coming weeks (months?), as we find ourselves counting the hours till lunchtime on the sofa, we look for productive and creative ways to spend our day
March 25, 2020
Crossroads: A Glimpse Into the Life of Alice Pasquini
“A book that changed my life? Well, for obvious reasons, Alice in Wonderland. I love that it is in a fantasy world, where anything is possible.” This seems like an appropriate place to start
March 19, 2020
Arguiñe Escandón and Yann Gross Take Us on a Shamanic Journey Into the Jungle
Following the path of Charles Kroehle, a pioneering nineteenth-century photographer who supposedly disappeared in the Peruvian Amazon, Arguiñe Escandón and Yann Gross's collaborative proje
March 16, 2020
Book Review: The Young and Evil
During the 2019 Frieze art fair week, the most talked about exhibit (at least in my circles) wasn’t a booth but an exhibition of historical artists at David Zwirner Gallery in Chelsea, The Youn
March 11, 2020
People of the Mud by Luis Alberto Rodriguez
"People of the Mud" is a powerful new series by Berlin-based US-Dominican artist Luis Alberto Rodriguez, made collaboratively amongst the communities of County Wexford in Ireland, where ancient t
March 10, 2020
David King's "HAPPY" Is a Posthumous Look At His Last Projects, on View at Park Life Gallery, San Francisco
Dionne King, lifelong partner of famed Crass symbol creator and art punk filmmaker, the late David King, write us about his latest show at Park Life Gallery. “David was my partner and husb
February 21, 2020
Poulomi Basu's "Centralia" Exposes the Hidden Crimes of War
Centralia exposes hidden crimes of war as an indigenous people fight for their survival. In war, truth is the first casualty and Poulomi Basu's new book Centralia explores the unsteady relationsh
February 14, 2020
Entangled: A New Book of Photographs by Maude Arsenault
Maude Arsenault is a Canadian photographer, artist and curator who is particularly invested in the representation of woman in the context of domesticity and intimacy. A new book, Entangled,
February 10, 2020
REM's Michael Stipe Releases New Book of Photography
For half of his life, Michael Stipe has lived in a world between worlds, a constantly shifting moiré pattern. The past world is defined by the analog, the future world by digital. It was the adv
January 30, 2020
New Book Documents Rosetta’s Journey and Eventual Crash Landing on a Comet
In 2004, following more than ten years of research, the European Space Agency decided to send the Rosetta probe to study the 67P comet Churyumov Gerasimenko, nicknamed Tchoury. After a ten-year v
January 01, 2020
Book Review: Thrasher Magazine's "Mail Drop: 38 Years of Reader Art"
One could argue that it was bound to happen. Postal envelopes had been sent by the millions for over a century and their rigid delivery requirements obscured the creative potential. Those paper r
December 24, 2019
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