Family secrets, our unwanted skeletons in the closet, can resurface and haunt us back in shocking intensity for years. They are these phantoms sitting on our shoulders and whispering spells into our ears. After experiencing such a phenomenon himself, Peter Pflügler decided to transform his...

What is it with our obsession with money, with going constantly forward? In the current late stage of capitalism, we consume excessively with the thought of pleasure, that we will be dead before having to face the consequences of our actions. This ignorant blindness has...

Raw, bold, and aesthetic. Those were the words that came to my mind when I encountered Jonny's images. I felt that some of his photographs have this immense stopping power, and precisely because of that, I chose one of his images for the cover of...

In this technologically and profit-driven consumer culture, our inner selves seem to be highly destabilized when looking at the mental health statistics where the numbers of people with depression and anxiety disorders have reached their peak. Maria Dabrowski's (b. 1988, The Netherlands) book SYNC instead...

Animals pose this underlying familiarity for us, be it manifested in doing animal poses during yoga, seeing dogs as our ultimate companions, or having birds associated with freedom, amongst myriads of other examples… Resembling the physiology or behavioral traits of some, it then comes as...

MYPH is the first photo publication about the Mykolaiv Young Photography School, which was founded in 2018 by Sergey Melnitchenko. It started in Melnitchenko’s hometown, but now his students are all over Ukraine and even abroad. ...

Poetically exploring the concepts of imaginary time and deep time is something Julie van der Velde brings to the forefront in her latest monograph Blind Spot. She was fascinated by time and space already since childhood as she adored visualizing the unimaginable in her head....

When Theo Elias (b. 1985, Sweden) published his book Smoke and people started referring to him as a black-and-white photographer, he was convinced that he will never make a black-and-white book again. However, after some time, he changed his perspective when Pierre from Editions Bessard...

Coming from a fashion and film background, Italian photographer Mauro Fiorito has now published his first monograph - The Night Face Up. Presenting a deeply personal narrative that reflects on the loss of his mother through daily life photographs of the female figures in his...