Räuber Book Review Artist: Josh Kern Photobook: Räuber Publisher: Eigensinn Publishing Specs: Softcover, Nature Linen, 240 pages, 150 x 200 mm Price: €28 Set against rural and urban German landscapes, the photographs by Josh Kern (b. 1993) give us an open and honest glimpse into the everyday moments of a young individual’s life and those...

Siqi Li (b.1998) is a Chinese artist currently based between London and Beijing, who recently graduated from London College of Communication with a MA degree in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography. Her practice explores centric and profound human experiences such as loss and longing; an emotionally charged combination...

Akkara Naktamna C-Type magazine - gallery Interviews More about the artist: Web: ctypemag.com IG: @ctypemag Akkara Naktamna was born in Bangkok in 1979. Began shooting as a self-taught photographer around 2008 influenced by Elliott Erwitt's book and comedy movie called Pecker. In 2012, he co-founded Street Photo Thailand. Akkara was selected as...

Siqi Li (b.1998) is a Chinese artist currently based between London and Beijing, who recently graduated from London College of Communication with a MA degree in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography. Her practice explores centric and profound human experiences such as loss and longing; an emotionally charged combination...

After his successful debut monograph ‘Smoke’, Theo Elias (b. 1985, Sweden) now brings to the forefront a new photobook – Red / January 2021. A continuation of his exploration of themes dealing with love, seclusion, and existence in the environment of the Nordic landscape, however,...

In 2015, Italian photographer Michele Palazzi won a World Press Photo award for his series on daily life in Mongolia, specifically focusing on the contrast between traditional rural communities and the quickly globalising capital city. The work, pointing towards the complexity of a place where...