Olive Cotton: A life in photography by Helen Ennis
Roger Ballen’s art is not for the faint hearted; it is confronting, haunting, and at times repellent. It is also fascinating, brilliant, and jaw-dropping. These images seethe with malodorous discontent, menace, and psychosis. The best way to experience his photographs is to surrender and resist the desire to read the images literally ...... (read more)
Vivian Maier: A Photographer’s Life and Afterlife by Pamela Bannos
Feeling is the Thing that Happens in 1000th of a Second by Christian Ryan & Lillee & Thommo by Ian Brayshaw
Even young trees bear the signature of deep time, if not eternity. For most of humanity’s existence, men and women have looked upwards through trees, wondering at the tracery of their branches piercing the firmament, the domed lid of the earthly world. Recorded mythology confirms that trees have occupied that special place in every ancient belief system; rooted in ...