In 1941/42, Keller served as a German soldier in Ukraine and Belarus. Despite a strict military ban on photographing civilians and war victims, he managed to secretly shoot several rolls of film during this period which he eventually smuggled to Germany.
Accompanying the first in-depth survey of her work in the UK, Linderism offers four new perspectives on Linder's wide-ranging practice by James Boaden, Alyce Mahon, Amy Tobin and Sarah Victoria Turner.
Following Shelter and Ville de Calais, Rooted is the third and last part of an unintended trilogy on the lives of refugees and migrants. Rooted returns to a phenomenon that was already noted in Ville de Calais: the many refugee camp residents who find hope, consolation and dignity in nurturing a few plants.
Catalogue conceived for the 12th Edition of the Bamako Encounters. The notion of the stream of consciousness is intrinsically linked to the notion of depth of sight: that is, the idea that sight can reach outside of itself and call onto the other senses.
Published by Skinnerboox with an interview by David Campany, "Chroma" is a new book by acclaimed american photographer John Divola and compiles older work shot in the early 1980's after Zuma. In a neat edition of 800 copies, the colourful series here displays several of the photographer's interests for the porous, ephemeral nature of photography.
L’art a, de manière très spectaculaire, dépeint et décrit depuis deux siècles et demi les forces qui dépassent (et déclassent) l’être humain. Non plus les forces invisibles du divin mais les soulèvements de la nature, l’immensité du temps et de l’espace, les conséquences incontrôlables des avancées scientifiques sur le vivant.