Book of the Month: The Long Way Home of Ivan Putnik, Truck Driver
The visual diary of a lonely truck driver in Siberia. There is something, however, that is not quite right about the pictures; a closer look reveals the truth.
Abstract Challenge – A selection
We would like to present to you some of the most exciting submissions we received for the Abstract Challenge.
JULIA BAIER: TRUE DREAMS
The Berlin-based, Leica M10 photographer quite literally searches for images that reflect her dreams; and she actually found the right motifs for a new series that recaptures those nighttime adventures.
Joan Colom 100 Years
The Catalan photographer was born one hundred years ago. It was, above all, the photographs he took with his Leica in Barcelona's red-light district, towards the end of the fifties, that caused the greatest stir.
Torsten Andreas Hoffmann: India's Big Shadow
In December 2019, Torsten Andreas Hoffmann travelled to Mumbai, the largest city in India and the country's financial centre. He hopes his photography will draw attention to the enormous social and economic inequalities there.
Nina Röder: Champagne in the Cellar
ONE PHOTO – ONE STORY
“I knew that I wanted to photograph a whimsical combination. This was the very first motif from my Champagne in the Cellar series."
VILLAGE PEOPLE 1965–1990
Jindřich Štreit brings us authentic pictures of rural life in the former Republic of Czechoslovakia. This is the first time that a comprehensive selection of work by the, as yet, little-known photographer has been made available – a classic example of humanistic photography.
Alessandro Cinque: Peru – A Toxic State
Alessandro Cinque has produced an impressive photographic example of the effects of neo-colonialism in South America.
June Newton has passed away
Known under the pseudonym Alice Springs, the renowned photographer June Newton has passed away in Monaco. She was 97 years old.
BRUNO BARBEY: PARIS, MAY 24, 1968
ONE PHOTO – ONE STORY
Witness to events: the French Magnum photographer, Bruno Barbey (1941-2020), used his Leica to document up close the Spring 1968 student protests on the streets of Paris.