Krass Clement: Belfast
Dark, melancholic moments in a conflict-torn city: the Danish photographer publishes his series on Northern Ireland's capital, more than thirty years after the pictures were taken.
Peter Verastegui: Ichapekene Piesta Inasianuana
The Bolivian photographer attended the festival of the Moxeños and captured the fascinating spectacle in powerful and dynamic images.
Nicholas Kalikow & Bret Curry: Mirror
The fusion of photography and filmmaking has given birth to an intriguing and imaginative project titled Mirror.
Willy Spiller: Hell on Wheels – New York Subway 1977–1984
Once a dark world, today a timely document: the photo book, complementing the photographer's exhibitions in Zurich and Amsterdam, invites the reader to rediscover the New York subway.
Ian Forsyth: Country Fairs in North Yorkshire
The British photographer documents country shows in northern England, with light-heartedness and humour.
Gunther Walker: The Adventures of a Leica
Gunther Walker speaks about the adventurous story of a Leica camera that is nearly 100 years old. This incredible camera even spent a short time under ground, during World War II.
Martin Krüger: Coal Men
Sweat and aching muscles – the Berlin photographer’s new series portrays workers belonging to an occupation rarely practised these days.
TOM ARNDT: AMERICAN REFLECTIONS
His photographs of the major cities of the USA are among the most important series in his body of work. One of his most admired images was made in New York in 1995.
Ava Pellor: From Whence We Came
BEHIND THE SCENES
Photographer Ava Pellor takes a very personal approach when encountering performance artists and other creative talents.
Ralph Gibson at the Deichtorhallen Hamburg
The comprehensive Secret of Light retrospective presents an exciting overview of the life's work of the American Leica photographer.