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Book review: The Fragility of Fatherhood by Troy Colby

The images Troy Colby includes in The Fragility of Fatherhood remind me of feeling calm amidst the chaos of being a parent. Colby shows us candid images of his child in various states of emotion: being sad, content, daydreaming, aloof, or asleep on the couch. Perhaps he is posing, maybe he’s really asleep in some
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Aaron Turner @ Ogden Museum of Southern Art


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Ram Rahman @ Musée Guimet


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EXHIBITION: TA|DA|RÀ|NU. A Sardinian story between ethnography and anthropology.

Sardinia is a magnetic, ancient, ancestral land. A raw land that, behind its apparent dryness, hides ancient forests and sincere gazes. Sardinia is a land that hypnotizes, overwhelms. “Kidnaps”. Ritual. Religious.       An island whose magnificent beaches and an unrivaled sea are little if compared to its heart, to what beats inside. A
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BOOK REVIEW: Sonata by Aaron Schuman

This is a different book. Or, at least, it is a photographic project which, to be fully appreciated, needs a specifically literary introduction. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was born in Frankfurt am Main in 1749. He was a German writer, poet, playwright, essayist, but also painter, theologian, philosopher, humanist, scientist, art critic and music critic.
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Zanele Muholi @ MEP


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Book Review: Puberty by Laurence Philomène

Puberty is a self-portrait project by Laurence Philomène which looks at the intimate and vital process of self-care as a non-binary transgender person undergoing hormonal replacement therapy (HRT). Shot over a period of two years, it combines surreal colors and mundane environments to document daily moments and slow, subtle physical changes occurring during Philomène’s transition. Looking
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Featured photographer Marna Clarke

Portraits that explore aging and acceptance Time As We Know It, Marna Clarke’s 12-year long project visualizes aging bodies, intimacy, determination, and self-acceptance. Work from this project is being featured for Issue 115 – Partnership. Clarke’s insightful photographs share aspects of her life, and her 20 year partnership with Igor Sazevich. Her images of daily
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Travel @ Blank Wall Gallery


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Interview with photographer Rick van der Klooster

The featured photographer for ‘Issue 114 – The Portrait 2022’ is Netherlands-based artist Rick van der Klooster. For this issue, contributors were prompted by: What makes a portrait a portrait? How is it different from a snapshot, still life or a landscape? Do we learn who a person is from a portrait or do we
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