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Book Review: Un Po Mio by Marzio Toniolo

The Po River is the largest Italian river. It is located in the north of the peninsula, and is at the origin of one of the most active and richest areas on the planet: the Po Valley. The Po river has always represented a reference for the Po Valley, for its culture and its inhabitants.
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Book Review: Eight Seconds: Black Rodeo Culture by Ivan McClellan

Ivan McClellan, a New York Times photojournalist and Kansas City native, has made significant contributions to the recognition and understanding of Black cowboy culture. His new book, Eight Seconds: Black Rodeo Culture, published by Damiani Books, shares his dedication to documenting the unique subculture. This long-term project began during his coverage of the Roy LeBlanc Invitational Rodeo,
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Interview with featured photographer Eric Kunsman 

While I was reviewing the submissions for our Issue #124 – Cities 2024, I immediately recalled Eric Kunsman’s ongoing work in his project ‘Felicific Calculus’ and ‘Life-Lines Throughout the United States’. I know the multiple layers of this work would apply to the theme of ‘exploring cities’ (which it absolutely does), and also highlight aspects
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Book Review: In This Brief Life by Eugene Richards

Eugene Richards, a photographer renowned for capturing the essence of humanity, has dedicated his career to giving voice to the marginalized. His latest work, In This Brief Life, intricately weaves together the stories of Americans with diverse backgrounds, the mentally ill, and the impoverished, inviting viewers to navigate the nuanced layers of society’s fringes. This
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Book Review: Port Talbot UFO Investigation Club by Roo Lewis

Port Talbot is a town in Wales, United Kingdom, on the east coast of Swansea Bay. It is dominated by one of Europe’s largest steelworks, which still employs over 4,000 people, and is crossed by the M4 motorway. The same motorway that Roo Lewis, as a child, traveled with his parents to visit his grandfather,
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Book Review: America Series by Florence Montmare

Florence Montmare‘s book America Series provides an honest and intimately personal, yet widely relatable depiction of a nation in flux, all happening against the backdrop of a changing physical and social landscape. Montmare is an artist and photographer whose work in America Series somewhat follows the tradition of Walker Evans, Robert Frank, and Richard Avedon.
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Interview with featured photographer Lauren Grabelle

Lauren Grabelle is a renowned photographer celebrated for her exceptional capture of nature’s beauty. With a profound love for the environment, Grabelle embarked on a photographic journey to showcase the intricate details of the natural world. Her portfolio boasts a stunning array of images, from captivating landscapes to intimate moments in the wild, or people
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Book review: Privileged Mediocrity by Kris Graves

Kris Graves is an American photographer known for his thought-provoking visual narratives.  Graves’ work has garnered critical acclaim for its profound exploration of the human experience; particularly the experience of Black men in America. Privileged Mediocrity by Kris Graves explores the potential of a mere ‘book’ to depict the lives of Black people in America
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