In Conversation with Tina Campt, on A Black Gaze: Performers Changing How We See

Reading through Time: 5 a few minutes The Brown University professor’s new book considers the task of contemporary Black artists and the command of their practise So what can we learn from reframing the understanding of a ‘gaze’? Known for her disruptive…

Christopher Anderson’s reflection on love, time and family revisited

Reading Time: two minutes “These photographs are not a documentation or story telling or even art. They are declarations of Love” Captain christopher Anderson’s latest book, SON, takes the form of the older series revisited. It is distinct from the photography for…

Kata Geibl discusses the paradox of Capitalism in the girl practice

Reading Time: 3 minutes As the professional photographer publishes, There Is Nothing Under The Sun , inside a new book with Emptiness, we revisit the project  A handful of bees, a hooded horse, London’s financial district, athletes; the images inside Kata Geibl’s…

Life Unfiltered: The Anonymous Project meets Martin Parr

Reading Time: 2 minutes Lee Shulman, founder of the project, discusses a new book blending Parr’s archive with the vintage slides he’s collected for almost half a decade  Lee Shulman first met Martin Parr in Arles. It was 2019, and Shulman was…

Nona Faustine unpacks the dark and hidden history of Wall structure Street

Reading Time: 2 minutes This informative article is printed in the most recent issue of British Log of Photography magazine, Activism & Protest, delivered immediate to you with an 1854 Subscription. In her new book, titled White Shoes, Faustine photographs herself at…

Zelda Cheatle asks photographers concerning the photograph that changed their life

Reading Time: 3 minutes © Brett Walker, Chose by Jack Davison. The photography expert and curator’s new book collects 51 personal and pivotal encounters with pictures of meaning “Name any collector, and they’re going to be able to tell you about the…

Carla Liesching critically examines South Africa’s colonial past and the imagery and mythology of the ‘world of whiteness’

Reading Time: 3 a few minutes The photographer’s new reserve, Good Hope, draws upon archival imagery and textual content to build a layered plus fragmented narrative “South Africa’s Cabo da Boa Esperança  – the Cape of Good Hope – was called in…

Liam Wong’s latest book explores the cinematic capacity of most cities after dark

Reading Experience: 2 minutes “These are real moments blocked off and framed with motion picture intent, ” he says Liam Wong is a true multi-hyphenate. Before his career living in photography, he was included in Forbes’ ‘30 Under 30’ listing, for his…

A lyrical, literary journey through cities along the Mediterranean Sea

Reading Time: 3 mins Massao Mascaro’s Sub Singular is ambitious in its far-reaching subject matter, weaving together narratives around “European culture, mythologies, southern Europe, and migration” At only 31 years old, French-born, Brussels-based photographer Massao Mascaro has produced three projects that function…

Raymond Meeks ruminates on the split concept of ‘home’

Reading Period: 3 minutes The particular project explores the subject by means of photographing his Meeks’ teenage daughter, who is preparing to leave home for university American professional photographer Raymond Meeks is well versed in the art of capturing an essence of…