Lukas Felzmann – Apophenia

Review by Wayne Swanson 

What meaning could you find in a collection of picture postcards sent to one person? And what if you only looked at the pictures, not the messages on the back? 574 more words

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Claudia Andujar – The Yanomami Struggle

Review by Melanie Chapman •

Let’s be honest, many of us are tired of the changes brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic. We want to travel again, to socialize with friends and move freely through crowded spaces. 791 more words

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Ryan Herz – The Children of Edgewood

Review by Gerhard Clausing

An excellent portrait is one that transcends time and place and is able to reach us with eternal human truths. This is a difficult task, since many individuals wear their outer appearance and their facial expressions like masks that are difficult for photographers to penetrate. 621 more words

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Regina Anzenberger – Shifting Roots

Review by Douglas Stockdale •

How might we ‘see’ the unseen, whether it is too microscopic to discern, moving too rapidly to distinguish or in the case of the root structure of trees and vegetation, buried out of sight? 1,160 more words

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Gian Butturini – LONDON

Review by Gerhard Clausing

Having recently reviewed the contemporary street photography of Allen Wheatcroft, Body Language, and also having heard about the controversy surrounding the work of Butturini, I was certainly curious to take a closer look at this photobook as well. 656 more words

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Darin Boville – Computational Photography

Review by Paul Anderson •

This photobook is full of mystery and angst, encompassing a very eclectic mix of ideas and images. Its essays and associated images address societal disconnect, fatal flaws, personal fears, wonder and mystery, and alternative or imagined views. 915 more words

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Hannah Kozak – He Threw the Last Punch Too Hard

Review by Gerhard Clausing •

One error in judgment, a lifetime of suffering … In this book, the courageous Hannah Kozak allows us to share her struggles with her mother who left her first husband and five children, including Hannah, for an abusive drinker who in a final blow caused her permanent injury, including brain damage. 618 more words

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