Photography

Refuge Dreamgrove By Georges Salameh

Refuge Dreamgrove By Georges Salameh

Refuge Dreamgrove by Sicily based Greek-Lebanese visual storyteller Georges Salameh is a very personal photographic series based on the notion of hospitality. The series is formed by triptychs divided into three categories–the first is about men asleep in public places or means of transport. The second documents internal spaces where the photographer was welcomed to …

Choose Your Template

Choose Your Template

Since 2004, millions of websites have been created on the Squarespace platform. Why? Because making a website is hard. Especially for those of us who don't know how to code. When you don't have time to learn to code, try Squarespace. This elegant service makes creating a professional and handsome website super easy. Squarespace’s mission is …


Atlas Monographs By Max Pam

Atlas Monographs By Max Pam

Atlas Monographs (T&G Publishing, ISBN 9780977579044, $80) is a compression of eight travel journals packed into a 296 pages book with over 300+ colour and B/W photographs, beginning with Max Pam’s–one of Australia's most important contemporary photographers–most recent work (Karakoram 2006) and shifting back through the decades to his first journals begun in 1970. The journals …

How Does Art Get Done?

How Does Art Get Done?

This underground classic is a book about making art and probably will help you to provide a new perspective on the role of fear in the creative process. "Geniuses get made once-a-century or so, yet good art gets made all the time, so to equate the making of art with the workings of genius removes …

China Dolls By Nathalie Daoust

China Dolls By Nathalie Daoust

With a passion for intimacy, Canadian photographer Nathalie Daoust went to China for an artist residency with the Red Gate Gallery. In general the photographer has devoted all of her conceptual art to unveiling the secrets hidden beneath the apparent stability of life. Like in this documentary about role that Chinese women play in society, …


Them By Rosalind Fox Solomon

Them By Rosalind Fox Solomon

Rosalind Fox Solomon is an American artist based in New York City. Solomon spent five months in Israel and the West Bank during 2010–11, travelling alongside Israelis, Palestinians and pilgrims – photographing Jewish teenagers at Purim, Ghanaian pilgrims at the Mount of Olives, and Christians in Jerusalem. "They hammer your head / they wrap you in …

Out West By Kyler Zeleny

Out West By Kyler Zeleny

Out West (The Velevet Cell, ISBN 978­1­908889­24­9, roughly $30), available as limited edition run of 500, is a project by visual sociologist Kyler Zeleny documenting small rural communities in the Canadian West and a portrait upon the archeology of rural decay. The images in this travelogue are part of a project documenting small rural communities …

V For Verticle

V For Verticle

Currently this innovative gear is the only lens cap holder that is one piece, made of strong, yet flexible nylon and is usable for virtually all lens cap sizes. And no need to change it every time you change your camera lens. Sleek design – The Hufa V – V for verticle – was designed as …


Others' Still Lifes By Maria Daniela Quirós

Others’ Still Lifes By Maria Daniela Quirós

Others' Still Lifes by Maria Daniela Quirós was born from a curiosity she had for a building the photographer was temporarily working in during May of 2012. "In my time off, I explored the spaces and took pictures without much in mind. After asking around I discovered that on the floor above me still life …

Dioramas By Hiroshi Sugimoto

Dioramas By Hiroshi Sugimoto

"Upon first arriving in New York in 1974, I did the tourist thing. Eventually I visited the Natural History Museum, where I made a curious discovery: the stuffed animals positioned before painted backdrops looked utterly fake, yet by taking a quick peek with one eye closed, all perspective vanished, and suddenly they looked very real. …

The Wing Light Flash Diffuser

The Wing Light Flash Diffuser

Do you have an on-camera flash diffuser that's even softer and at the same time better than an umbrella or a softbox? The bigger the light source, the softer the light. The Wing Light ($60) is a tiny, versatile tool that makes big light. And who wouldn't want a diffuser that travels with you all …


Unravelled By Kajsa Gullberg

Unravelled By Kajsa Gullberg

In Unravelled (Dewi Lewis Publishing, ISBN: 978-1-907893-55-1, $37), a hardcover photo book, Scandinavian artist Kajsa Gullberg looks at the marks that life makes on us – both the physical and the psychological. The photographer combines images of women bearing scars on their bodies with those of the natural world – hinting at both a sense …

The Photographer's Backpack

The Photographer’s Backpack

One thing I have learned about traveling with photography equipiment is, that it has to be lightweight and give your camera a well padded home on-the-go. There is no worse feeling than lugging around a bag of bricks on your back when you are trying to take photographs. You don't need to be rich to …


Horizons By Sze Tsung Leong

Horizons By Sze Tsung Leong

Before the official release of Sze Tsung Leong's book Horizons we've been posting about it here. Now we've got our hands on the released photo book, drawing a unique picture of the world and depict expansive views of a broad spectrum of environments. Horizons (Hatje Cantz, ISBN 978-3775737890, $68) is a series of photographs that …

I’m (Not) From Here

I’m (Not) From Here

(No) soy de aquí (I am [not] from here in English – edition of 750, roughly $28) is a project by photographer Gustavo Alemán about his complicated relationship with his own land, Murcia (Spain). "The project was born of a faint but persistent discomfort, of the feeling of disbelief about my surroundings and of a …

The United States (2003–2013)

The United States (2003–2013)

Mossless ($45) is an independent experimental photography publication that is run by its founder Romke Hoogwaerts and his partner, Grace Leigh. Romke started Mossless in 2009 as a blog where he interviewed a different photographer every two days. In January of 2012, Mossless was transformed from blog to print with the release of Issue 1 …


The Way We Wore: Black Style Then

The Way We Wore: Black Style Then

The Way We Wore (Glitterati, ISBN 978-0989170444, $30) by designer and photographer Michael McCollom chronicles African-Americans fashion from the 1940s through today–from prim ponytails and pumps to afros and aviator glasses. The photographs in this collection for the most part do not feature models or celebrities; these are ordinary people looking fabulous as they pose …

A Russian Dream: Through The Eyes Of An Artiste

A Russian Dream: Through The Eyes Of An Artiste

Arjun Kamath is a filmmaker and photographer based in southern California. Kamath is currently in the process of translating this photo-documentary into an 8 minute film called Olga for the Sundance Short Film Competition – who better to tell a story about an dancing artist for get addicted to … After travelling to over 40 …

The Lost Album By Dennis Hopper

The Lost Album By Dennis Hopper

When you look at the 40-year-old prints that ​​Dennis Hopper made from his negatives, you feel that the aura is suddenly there again. In The Lost Album (Prestel, ISBN 978-3791353487, $60), a new edition of the successful book, we'll get to see an exciting collection of 400 vintage prints from the 1960s – taken by …


Lomo Instant Camera

Lomo Instant Camera

Instant photography is an excellent hybrid of our human desire for immediacy. The process is fast, exciting and at the end, there is a beautiful moment captured in front of your eyes. Unlike one of the hundreds of photos you take on your phone, the instant taken with Lomo's Instant is a real object. You …

Presence By Christine Turnauer

Presence By Christine Turnauer

In her photo book Presence (Hatje Cantz, ISBN 978-3-7757-3748-7, $75), Austrian photographer Christine Turnauer (born 1945) captured people and moments in classic black-and-white portraits. Turnauer is a seeker, a wanderer between the worlds. She has been interested in the individuality and diversity of people since her childhood. For her, they are “like snowflakes.” We all …

A Portrait Of Hackney By Zed Nelson

A Portrait Of Hackney By Zed Nelson

The photo book A Portrait of Hackney (Hoxton Mini Press, roughly $21) is a personal reflection on Hackney by photographer Zed Nelson, as it goes through an extraordinary process of gentrification. It’s an intimate look at the ever-changing face of Hackney: the complexity, the contradictions, the clash of cultures. Portraits and landscapes are set against …