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It seems appropriate that German photographer Diane Vincent has produced a book such as Oben. Growing up in East Germany, and first attending a school specializing in music, the monochromatic images that form the series both reflect the greyness of …

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American photographer John Gossage is usually someone whose name appears, or is quoted, in the history of photobooks for good reason. Long before the photobook became photography’s equivalent to the hipster’s beard, he had produced publications credited by many as …

eivind h natvig you are hear now

‘I’m nowhere else Than here Where the grass pulls away In between the trees Through the woods, This narrow path, Hardly more than animal tracks, Hardly more than a slight change of colour, A lighter shade of pale’ The title …

Laura Hynd: Her Parents Dreams Transformed You need three elements for a good metamorphosis story: a wild, Arcadian landscape, a pair of lovers, and an unfolding sense of loss. Especially in Ovid’s transformative tales, there is an inescapable premise of …

Russia Makes Contact With Dublin There’s an underlying theme that connects the two individual projects that comprise The Contact at The Library Project in Dublin, Ireland. The exhibition is a kind of diptych in itself, with Stasis by Elena Bulygina …

Having first encountered Gustavo Alemán’s project (No) Soy De Aquí, or, I Am (Not) From Here in English, during the portfolio reviews at PhotoIreland Festival 2013, it was clear this work possessed a number of recognisable characteristics of modern Spanish …

Dan Holdsworth: The View From On High Dan Holdsworth’s book Blackout, much like the work itself, is a deceptive thing. The more you look at it, the more you know visually, yet doubt all the same. You doubt your eyes, the …

Paolo Woods: In A State Of Their Own Since 2010, Paolo Woods has worked on his long-term project STATE, set in Haiti where he resides. Living and working in this dilapidated country has given Woods not only a sense of the culture …

Florian Reischauer: Once Upon A Time… You may be aware of Florian Reischauer from his very popular photo blog project Pieces of Berlin, which has been online since 2010 and seeks to document the city mostly through candid street portraits …

Filipe Casaca: China, In Blue Filipe Casaca’s photobook Blue Mud Swamp opens with a line from the Book of Revelation: ‘Come and see.’ And I looked, and behold the pale horse, and he that sat on him was dead. The …

The series In Search of the Crying Lady from IPG Project (Yoshi and Tamara Kametani) does something different to other photography projects which set out to document or uncover the lives of the “professional mourner” which were, or indeed still are common to communities …

No Man’s Land by Belgium-born, Manchester-based photographer and artist Mishka Henner explores the margins of our urban and rural European environment as experienced by what appear to be women soliciting sex in liminal, post-industrial and rural settings, as captured by Google’s Street …

LA-based artist Matthew Brandt’s Lakes and Reservoirs features physically manipulated photographs of lakes and reservoirs that have been soaked in the same specific body of water, for varying periods of time. He emphasizes the photograph not as a finely finished, indexical record …