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To Look Native
In her book “You don’t Look Native to Me”, photographer Maria Sturm engages with issues of identity and representation, working with members of …
Joe Conzo: A Look Back at the Bronx, 1977 – 1984
Photographer Joe Conzo, Jr. was born and raised in the South Bronx. Through a combination of luck and circumstance, as a teenager Conzo …
Animal Gaze
“On the Sixth Day”, Alessandra Sanguinetti looks at the world from an animal’s perspective, in rural Argentina. A new edition of the startling …
The Brilliant Colors of Hong Kong’s Darkest Days
As Hong Kong worked to recover from the mass anti-government protests of 2019 and the Covid-19 pandemic closed the city, photo editor and …
Ralph Gibson: The French Connection
A new book from Ralph Gibson, “Salon Littéraire,” offers a half-century of the legendary photographer’s stunning (and surprising) images of France.
Entropy  
In Entropy, published by Monacelli, Diane Tuft explores the beauty, poetry and fragility of nature in the context of global warming.

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Entropy  

In Entropy, published by Monacelli, Diane Tuft explores the beauty, poetry and fragility of nature in the context of global warming.

Napoleonic Exile

Islands lover Marcel Fortini, Director of the Centre Méditerranéen de la Photographie (which he founded in 1990) and freelance photographer, is interested in the island of Saint Helena, which was home to Napoleon Bonaparte during his exile from 1815 to 1821.

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Soldat la nuit, Resolute © Emmanuelle Léonard

Beneath the Ice: The Canadian Arctic

Global warming and the melting polar ice have sparked international interest in polar regions, raising concerns about Canada’s sovereignty over the region. This is the central theme of Le Déploiement, a series by Canadian photographer Emmanuelle Léonard.

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