Volume 21 Issue 7
Photos and text by Pierre Le Hors
From Off to On is a photo series by German photographer Marina Rosa Weigl. It's like Asger Carlsen meets a Lynchian interpretation of Black Sabbath's Paranoid.
Susan Sontag closes her seminal book On Photography with a “brief anthology of quotations”—compiling remarks from various brilliant people on the topic. The following statements are a variation on Sontag’s original collection of quotes—misheard...
Photos by Michael Marcelle
These photos by Paris, Texas-based photographer Cole Don Kelley are weird and beautiful, and while they're not overtly Texan, there's something not-so-East Coast about them. It didn't take long for us to agree they should be given lots of pages in our...
The month of Ramadan in the Arab world is prime time for television dramas. As families gather around their TVs every night to break their fast, they gorge themselves on a plethora of high-budget nail-biters that routinely deal in provocative political...
"All of my work sits in both the documentary tradition and the constructed tradition. The women in the photographs—those are their clothes, they are in a real space. But it is a complicated idea of what is truth; photography’s just like the eye."
For this year's Photo Issue, Jamie Lee Curtis Taete installed some bland-looking pictures of gross stuff in corporate settings where they might pass as pleasant abstractions.
Kevin Zucker creates analog color Polaroids of sunsets by shooting through gray sheets of translucent plastic. They’re meant to convince us of something impossible: a color photo of a black-and-white sunset.