Soul is the Goal for Killip and Smith

Blind highlights two of Britain’s greatest documentary photographers. While Chris Killip has become well known over the last few years, Graham Smith remains …

House of Bondage: A Checklist for Apartheid

In 1967, House of Bondage was published to international acclaim. It told the story of South African apartheid and the ways transportation, housing, …

Under Pacific Skies

In her book “Big Fence”, Rhiannon Adam captures the fragility and the troubled history of Pitcairn Island, Britain’s last Overseas Territory in the …

Bruno Barbey’s Italy, or Two Countries in One

Les Italiens, published by Delpire & Co., brings out Bruno Barbey’s Italian images from the 1960s.

Larry Fink: The Time It Takes

On the occasion of his retrospective at Robert Mann Gallery in New York City, the legendary Larry Fink reflects on his photographic career …

The City of Child Architects

Ursula Schulz-Dornburg’s book “Huts, Temples, Castles” explores Jogensland, an island in Amsterdam where children used to be able to build, making their own …

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The City of Child Architects

Ursula Schulz-Dornburg’s book “Huts, Temples, Castles” explores Jogensland, an island in Amsterdam where children used to be able to build, making their own rules.

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No Justice, No Peace

In 2015, Devin Allen’s photographs were thrust into the public eye when an image he created during the protests in Baltimore over the death of Freddie Gray landed on the cover of Time magazine. In his new book No Justice, No Peace, Allen shows his photographs while giving the community a way to take back the narrative and tell their own story.

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Close-up of Svyatoslav’s hands on a used skateboard. Hanover, Germany. April 27th, 2022. © Thomas Girondel

The Wheels of Hope: Skateboarding in Wartime

French photojournalist Thomas Girondel recounts the story of Yurii Korotun, a twenty-five-year-old Ukrainian professional skateboarder who teaches the sport to refugee children in Hannover, Germany, to help them forget about the war. Skateboarding becomes a therapy.