One particular sister becomes another’s day job

Reading Time: three or more minutes Liv Liberg was 10 years old when the lady began photographing her young sister. The activity became a 15-year collaboration: a compelling series of images that reflect the sisters’ ever-evolving relationship The bond between sisters, no…

Honest Portraits: In Search of Representational Proper rights

Reading Time: 6 minutes A new publication explores issues surrounding the portrayal of incarcerated individuals in the United States’ justice program “Prisons systematically dehumanise the imprisoned, ” writes Hatty Nestor in her new book Ethical Portraits – Looking for Representational Justice .…

Rahim Fortune and Mahmoud ‘Mo’ Mfinanga discuss Fortune’s most recent photobook, I can’t endure to see you cry

Reading Time: 7 moments Their conversation explores the publication’s multilayered meanings plus significance, and the lack of diversity – among its nuances – in the photography business at large For the artist, Rahim Fortune , an Oklahoma native who splits his time…

Females Street Photographers: A new anthology shines a light on women’s remarkable contribution to a male-dominated art

Reading Time: 3 minutes Photo: Untitled , Adjara, Georgia, 2014 © Natela Grigalashvil To coincide with Woman in Focus 2021 , Gulnara Samoilova – certainly one of last year’s judges – discusses her latest photobook, compiling the work of hundred women street…

Kristin Bedford documents the split tradition of Los Angeles’ lowrider car culture

Reading through Time: 2 moments The LA-based photographer bears witness to the glitz and glamour of Mexican American lowrider culture, as well as its intimacy, communality, and history “Lowriding can be who I am… Much more me whole, ” says Tina Martinez…

Thirty-two artists rework Jack Davison’s debut monograph

Reading Time: 3 minutes Collages, images, paintings and more annotate Davison’s original photobook, inviting people to contemplate the work anew Sinuous ants creep across hands clutching pears, while black scribbles unknown the rich creams plus blues of a cloud, and thick strokes…