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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: 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: NEW DANISH PHOTOGRAPHY #01

Disko Bay is an independent photo book publisher based in Copenhagen, Denmark. It designs and prints books in very limited runs, with the aim of promoting Danish photographers on the international photography scene and in the world of photobooks. I have already told you about Disko Bay during the review of Mads Joakim Rimer Rasmussen’s
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Interview with photographer Rasha Al Jundi

  No matter how many gagillion images I’ve seen, within the thousands of that I’ve really seen, sometimes I get blindsided by a photographer’s work and realize I’m witnessing something really worth slowing down, absorbing, questioning and asking about. Fortunately I was able to ask Rasha Al Jundi about her portfolio of work for Issue 116.
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Lynsey Addario @ SVA Chelsea Gallery


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Book Review: Motor City Underground: Leni Sinclair Photographs 1963-1978

Leni Sinclair often refers to herself as a ‘participant-observer’, a label commonly used to describe someone documenting observations, or doing research while they actively work within the group being studied. Sinclair’s story and her iconic images are a unique journey, but also one shared with her fellow radicals, artists, progressives and freedom fighters of the
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BOOK REVIEW: Steel Town by Stephen Shore

Stephen Shore is considered one of the most significant photographers of our time. Having approached photography at the age of only six, then influenced by the work of Walker Evans, he managed to attract attention to himself at the age of fourteen, when his work was purchased by Edward Steichen for the collection of the
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Book Review: MAGNUM 2020 by Magnum Photographers

“Was it (2020) the end of something? The start of something else? Or merely a blip in an increasingly chaotic and fast-changing world?” asks Magnum President Olivia Arthur in her foreword. “The jury is still out,” the press release says. “But this book commits the year to paper and offers a means for us to
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Tommaso Protti @ Saatchi Gallery, London


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Book Review: Arctic Heroes by Ragnar Axelsson

Photographer Ragnar Axelsson (*1958) hails from Island and has been documenting the Arctic (people, animals, landscapes) for more than forty years. The black and white photographs in this book were taken between 1986 and 2020 in Greenland; they give testimony to the extraordinary relationship between sledge dogs and hunters. “Time and again, I visited small
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