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Philippe Braquenier: Earth Not A Globe

Philippe Braquenier: Earth Not A Globe

By Sophie Beerens

Triggered by the strangely Orwellian phrase ‘alternative facts’— a flagrant redefining of demonstrable falsehoods as truth by authority figures, introduced in the early days of the Trump administration — photographer Philippe Braquenier (b. 1985, Belgium) immersed himself in a community espousing ideas in the vein of this new mode of ‘alternative truth’: the Flat Earth…

Dawn Kim: Whistling in the Dark

Dawn Kim: Whistling in the Dark

by Sophie Beerens

'Whistling in the Dark' by the artist Dawn Kim (b. 1989, South Korea) presents a growing collection of black and white photographs taken at various locations across the United States and abroad — bound not by the restraints of a contained and centralized subject, but instead hinting at a collective notion or feeling activated by…

Bebe Blanco Agterberg: A mal tiempo, buena cara

Bebe Blanco Agterberg: A mal tiempo, buena cara

By Sophie Beerens

Bebe Blanco Agterberg (b. 1995) explores the murky waters of historical truth through the lens of post-Francoist Spain, and the far-reaching implications of the Pact of Forgetting (Pacto del Olvido), a political decision brought about by both Leftist and Rightist parties in the wake of the void created by dictator Francisco Franco's passing in 1975. 


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Diana Michener: Twenty-Eight Figure Studies

Diana Michener: Twenty-Eight Figure Studies

By Linda Zhengová

In her latest photobook ‘Twenty-eight Figure Studies’, published by Steidl, American artist Diana Michener (b.1940) photographed stills from pornographic films. Her way of working with the pornographic material subverts the hyperreality of the medium into something more ambiguous, contemplative – and by way of decontextualization, even strangely intimate.

Joanna Piotrowska: Stable Vices

Joanna Piotrowska: Stable Vices

By Linda Zhengová

Polish artist Joanna Piotrowska (b. 1985) explores systems of power and potential forms of resistance through the medium of photography. In her latest photobook ‘Stable Vices’ (published with MACK) she showcases three photographic series, together reflecting on the themes of protection, freedom and oppression. The distinct bodies of work are accompanied by essays written by…

Mattia Parodi & Piergiorgio Sorgetti: The Missing Eye

Mattia Parodi & Piergiorgio Sorgetti: The Missing Eye

By Linda Zhengová

Recent scientific studies and academic papers written by scholars such as Rosalind Krauss, George Bataille and Roger Caillois have revealed that people who are blind since birth are able to dream in images, providing space for different ways of interaction surpassing mere visuality. Such research has sparked a new collaboration between two Italian photographers Mattia…