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LET US NOT FALL ASLEEP WHILE WALKING

Surreal, saturated imagery of the Ukrainian Revolution combined with archival materials and personal stories tell real stories of life during war today — a new, relevant photobook to savor.
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LET US NOT FALL ASLEEP WHILE WALKING

Surreal, saturated imagery of the Ukrainian Revolution combined with archival materials and personal stories tell real stories of life during war today — a new, relevant photobook to savor.

Imagined Homeland

Rejecting colonial documentary methods, this photographer tells the story of Arunachal Pradesh’s Lisu people by harnessing mythological symbolism in his cinematic stills.
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Imagined Homeland

Rejecting colonial documentary methods, this photographer tells the story of Arunachal Pradesh’s Lisu people by harnessing mythological symbolism in his cinematic stills.

Old Father Thames

An epic ode to London’s River Thames, Julia Fullerton-Batten’s meticulous cinematic tableaux reimagine the many people, tales and legends that have washed up on its shores. 
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Old Father Thames

An epic ode to London’s River Thames, Julia Fullerton-Batten’s meticulous cinematic tableaux reimagine the many people, tales and legends that have washed up on its shores. 

Photography As An Expression of Indulgence

Merging cinematic portraits with achingly-honest subtitle text, Sarah Bahbah’s photography explores emotive narratives of love, sex, and relationships from a woman’s perspective.
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Photography As An Expression of Indulgence

Merging cinematic portraits with achingly-honest subtitle text, Sarah Bahbah’s photography explores emotive narratives of love, sex, and relationships from a woman’s perspective.

Lithium: The Driving Force of the 21st Century

Follow the modern day gold rush of Lithium. A game-changer in the electric transport industry, this in-demand element may play a huge role in saving our planet, but not without its own grave consequences. 
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Lithium: The Driving Force of the 21st Century

Follow the modern day gold rush of Lithium. A game-changer in the electric transport industry, this in-demand element may play a huge role in saving our planet, but not without its own grave consequences. 

There’s Power in Photography: The Undying Resilience of Dhaka’s Chobi Mela Festival

Photojournalist and activist Shahidul Alam speaks out about the effects of his detainment on Dhaka’s Chobi Mela Festival, and how the event still plans to persevere for years to come.
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There’s Power in Photography: The Undying Resilience of Dhaka’s Chobi Mela Festival

Photojournalist and activist Shahidul Alam speaks out about the effects of his detainment on Dhaka’s Chobi Mela Festival, and how the event still plans to persevere for years to come.

Human

In this study of sharp contrasts and sculptural abstractions, the story of the banal brick becomes a reflection on the history of human civilization.
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Human

In this study of sharp contrasts and sculptural abstractions, the story of the banal brick becomes a reflection on the history of human civilization.

Known by Sight (Only)

In Brazil’s densely populated Porto Allegre, urban dwellers know the intimate details of the neighbors they see every day from their windows, but they rarely meet, or know each other’s names.
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Known by Sight (Only)

In Brazil’s densely populated Porto Allegre, urban dwellers know the intimate details of the neighbors they see every day from their windows, but they rarely meet, or know each other’s names.

Broken Sea

An intimate project between two friends, “Broken Sea” uses photography as a means to overcome now-closed political borders, producing a deeply personal reverie, bringing past and present together in every frame.
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Broken Sea

An intimate project between two friends, “Broken Sea” uses photography as a means to overcome now-closed political borders, producing a deeply personal reverie, bringing past and present together in every frame.

Portrait Photography in Major Art Museums

Practically everyone loves to look at photo portraits, especially in museums. Deborah Klochko, Executive Director and Chief Curator at San Diego’s Museum of Photographic Arts, offers her insights and perspective.
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Portrait Photography in Major Art Museums

Practically everyone loves to look at photo portraits, especially in museums. Deborah Klochko, Executive Director and Chief Curator at San Diego’s Museum of Photographic Arts, offers her insights and perspective.

Take me to my home

Enter the world of the Hotel City Plaza, a refugee squat in Athens housing a community of hundreds of individuals as they await their turn to leave the country and start anew.
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Take me to my home

Enter the world of the Hotel City Plaza, a refugee squat in Athens housing a community of hundreds of individuals as they await their turn to leave the country and start anew.

Rediscovering Roman Vishniac

Two new exhibitions at The Photographers’ Gallery and Jewish Museum shed light on the overlooked conceptual and candid work of photographer Roman Vishniac.
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Rediscovering Roman Vishniac

Two new exhibitions at The Photographers’ Gallery and Jewish Museum shed light on the overlooked conceptual and candid work of photographer Roman Vishniac.

The Editorial Portrait

A striking portrait is composed of many ingredients. Director of Photography at M magazine, Lucy Conticello, reflects on the role of the photo editor and shares her words of wisdom on creating the conditions for a successful shoot.
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The Editorial Portrait

A striking portrait is composed of many ingredients. Director of Photography at M magazine, Lucy Conticello, reflects on the role of the photo editor and shares her words of wisdom on creating the conditions for a successful shoot.

White Gaze

Taking aim at “National Geographic” and colonial power relations, artist duo Michelle Dizon and Việt Lê explore the lasting impact of the white gaze in photography.
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White Gaze

Taking aim at “National Geographic” and colonial power relations, artist duo Michelle Dizon and Việt Lê explore the lasting impact of the white gaze in photography.

The Stateless, Placeless Desert

Shot in placeless, deserted landscapes, these images examine the timeless relationship between body and home in contemporary Iranian society as well as for the swelling number of refugees around the world.
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The Stateless, Placeless Desert

Shot in placeless, deserted landscapes, these images examine the timeless relationship between body and home in contemporary Iranian society as well as for the swelling number of refugees around the world.

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