In ‘Maternal Sheet’, Lindley Warren Mickunas is reflecting on the complexity of parent-child relationships and the conceptual weight of carrying the past.
Visual artist Nico Krijno (b. 1981, South Africa) is based outside of Cape Town, living on a rural farm where both his studio and house are located. With his wife and two daughters away, Krijno started to work on this series of ‘lockdown’ collages in acute seclusion. The resulting images reflect the newly found space…
In his award-winning project ‘False Idol’, Leonard Suryajaya creatively documents the process and feelings surrounding the course of his Green Card application.
Thought Pieces: 1970s Photographs by Lew Thomas, Donna-Lee Phillips, and Hal Fischer edited by Erin O’Toole
‘Thought Pieces: 1970s Photographs by Lew Thomas, Donna-Lee Phillips, and Hal Fischer’ is a title originally published by MACK in conjunction with a large-scale exhibition at SFMOMA from January 4 – August 9, 2020.
To highlight the occurrence of propaganda, manipulation of information and distribution of lies in Poland, Agnieszka Sejud adopts the techniques of collage and digital manipulation to reflect on the reality of post-truth and fake news in her home country.
ملثم (‘Molatham’) by Scott Caruth (b. 1990, Scotland) recently concluded a six years long research into studio portraiture photography from the West Bank.