Intimacy has become a word that is more and more difficult to articulate in times of immediacy and overabundance of choices and distractions. The over-exposure of orchestrated privacy on social media has made us numb to real-life interactions. Are we simply not interested in the...

Jordanna Kalman is a fine art photographer whose practice deals with the complexities and anxieties of womanhood, independence and loneliness. Her project ‘Invisible’, originally shot on Polaroid film, presents a series of surreal, manipulated images in which the subject is removed from the frame. ...

Jordanna Kalman is a fine art photographer whose practice deals with the complexities and anxieties of womanhood, independence and loneliness. Her project ‘Invisible’, originally shot on Polaroid film, presents a series of surreal, manipulated images in which the subject is removed from the frame. ...

Jordanna Kalman is a fine art photographer whose practice deals with the complexities and anxieties of womanhood, independence and loneliness. Her project ‘Invisible’, originally shot on Polaroid film, presents a series of surreal, manipulated images in which the subject is removed from the frame. ...

Investigating dictatorship and totalitarian systems using the example of Communist abuse of power by the secret intelligence service of East Germany, known as Stasi is the project Hotel of Eternal Light by Karolina Spolniewski (b.1988, Poland). The body of work was primarily shot in the...

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...