When an anthropologist starts photographing... «The Italian Asian» Margot Errante – on taboos in Chinese portraits, the therapy of mirrors and the governments we deserve
Landscape or a portrait? White and small or large and dark? The mathematics of Asian photography market in the interview with a Hong Kong art gallery owner
Together with Oliver Chanarin, Adam Broomberg illustrated the Bible with archive photographs, used a roll of photographic paper to raise the issue of war and three-dimensional facsimile of faces created by a special facial recognition system – to speak about «citizens of the XXI century». He is an artist, a thinker and a lecturer – the only photographer in conversation with whom one can mention God and revolution, Trump and giraffes.
Is a photobook a collectable object or a trick festivals and publishing houses use to earn more money? Which guidelines do art consumers follow when purchasing a photoprint – their own taste or gossip? And finally – who is Martin Parr? Roland Angst – on some of the questions that worry us most
Donald Weber shares his vision on current trends, topics and problem zones of the “New East”, dwells on the difference between inspiration and copying and provides young artists with universal advice by challenging them to answer several dozens of “wh-questions"
Rob Hornstra met Olga Bubich and talked to her about the changes in on-the-spot reporting of events, dangers of avant-garde vanity publishing and underrated books
One of the most mysterious European photographers speaks about his fears of passing time, interest in photographing strangers and advantages of making mistakes
Photography as passion, seduction and a moral imperative. Photography as an eco-system, hatred and an after-feeling of the unwritten play. Photography as a thing you cannot keep unsaid.
The author of the impressionist-looking dreamy images that take an intermediary position between paintings and photography, according to LUMAS, one of the most popular foreign photographers in Russia – Pep Ventosa shares his vision on commercial success in today’s art scene.