A psychedelic journey into Hunter S. Thompson’s ramshackle cabin

Reading Time: 2 minutes For the two years before his death in 2005, Chloe Sells worked as personal assistant to Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas author, Thompson. Her new book introduces us to his inner sanctum in Woody Creek, Colorado In…

Stephen Gill on memory, character and home

Reading Time: 5 minutes Seeing that his landmark retrospective from Bristol’s Arnolfini gallery ends this weekend, Gill shows on his prolific career “I wonder if photographers have fragile memories, ” Stephen Gill muses. “They’re constantly downloading it [images in their minds]. Perhaps…

Anders Edström chronicles the nuances of daily life, love plus loss

Reading Time: 5 minutes His new 756-page story book explores the home life in a remote Japan village that may soon be gone Inside 1992, Swedish photographer Anders Edstr ö m travelled to the remote Japanese village of Shiotani for the first…

Set in Dublin’s notorious Ballymun property, Ross McDonnell’s new photobook tells a tale of rebellion

Reading Time: two minutes “I set out in years past to capture something wild and untamed that I sensed was disappearing from Irish society – the sad part is that it came real. ” Joyrider , the first photobook by Ross McDonnell,…

Using the history of the great immigration in the US in the 1900s and her memories, Dannielle Bowman pictures her family’s past

Reading Time: 2 minutes The photographer searches for the subtle details that evoke emotion and memory in and around her neighbourhood “They did what human beings looking for freedom, throughout history, have often completed. They left. ” This particular monumental sentence written…

Tereza Zelenkova creates and respect to Victorian aesthetics

Reading through Time: 2 moments The photographer draws on influences from literature, atmospheric interiors and the mystery of forgotten spaces Tereza Zelenkova’s project The Essential Solitude started as a commission from the Financial Times in 2017. “ I was asked to make…

Coercion, control and a regaining of agency in Natasha Caruana’s Muse on Muse

Reading Time: 5 a few minutes For the past 15 years, Natasha Caruana has been turning the lens on her life, revealing the innermost social characteristics and interactions that happen behind closed doors. Beginning with her degree show series, The Other Lady…

Julie Scheurweghs reclaims her birth story

Reading Time: 3 minutes Using leggings crops of her facial expressions during labour, a portrait of the intense encounter is created When Belgian performer Julie Scheurweghs was expecting a baby, she asked her partner to photograph the birth. But when she saw…

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…