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April 2015

PRE-ORDER NOW: Driven to abstraction. Why is art photography so obsessed with process and experiment? What's the connection between early scientific imaging and contemporary art photography? All will be revealed.

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March 2015

Alec Soth discusses the ideas behind his most important work since Sleeping by the Mississippi brought him to international acclaim a decade ago. Plus we talk to Magnum Photos legend Raymond Depardon about making award-winning films alongside stills, George Georgiou returns to his roots to shoot London from the top deck, and Ken Grant - for so long under appreciated as one of Britain's leading documentary photographers - finally gets his due.

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February 2015

They've already caught the eyes of our expert nominators, now we're tipping them for breakthrough success in 2015... Introducing our 'Ones to Watch', the 25 most promising new talents in our global survey of emerging photographers. Hailing from Tokyo to Lagos, they've been picked out by a panel of luminaries such as Martin Parr, Erik Kessels and Paul Wombell.

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December 2014

Inspired, beautiful, thought-provoking, innovative: Our annual 'Cool & Noteworthy' edition gives our take on the best of 2014, from JR's takeover at the Pantheon to Martin Parr's favourite photobooks. Plus, find out what made our experts' Gear of the Year.

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October 2014

Gerry Badger quizzes Paul Graham about turning photographic cliches into gold * Photography meets sculpture, painting and installation in Augustin Rebetez' commission for Vevey * Johan Rosenmunthe explores the hidden language of stones * Violence and glamour in 1970s Rome, seen through the eyes of the original paparazzi * A peek inside photographers' sketchbooks * Why 25 years after his death, Rotimi Fani-Kayode's work is as relevant as ever * The PhotoBookMuseum * IGBT flash

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September 2014

The architecture issue * Gerry Badger on photography's long-standing love affair with the built environment * Herman van den Boom on Belgium's suburban surreal * Sohei Nishino's city dioramas hand-assembled from thousands of images * Philippe Jarrigeon takes inspiration from the department store * Meet Mini Title, London's hottest new photo agency * Ad agencies discuss the decline of art buyers * Nikon D810 * Sigma DP2 Quattro * The best MA graduates from the UK and Ireland

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June 2014

Photography's new spirit of playful adventure * Patty Caroll plays dress up * Polly Penrose strips down * Chen Wei on why China is driven to abstraction * Will Steacy gets a rude surprise at The Philadelphia Inquirer * Christopher Pillitz on Brazil's beautiful game * Why Jason Bell is the go-to portraitist for everyone from Britain's royalty to Hollywood's A list * VII Photo mutates and adapts

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May 2014

Michael Ackerman on 'photography as an expression of the inexpressible' * For Robin Maddock, getting lost is all part of the journey * Charlotte Tanguy captures adrift * Anastasia Rudenko explores themes of identity and power in 'found' images of Russian police women * Walker Evans magazine work rediscovered * A profile of the Archive of Modern Conflict * Meet Caravan Gallery, the 'reverse visitor centre on wheels * Wendy Watriss and Fred Baldwin - the couple behind Houston Fotofest

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April 2014

Special issue: putting gender on the agenda, we present an all-female perspective * Susan Meiselas in profile * Five women photojournalists capture their inside take of the Middle East * Danube Revisited: The Inge Morath Truck Project *Cass Bird: from sexual politics to shooting Levi's ads * Feminism 2.0 * Katy Grannan on the shadowlands of California's Central Valley * Fuji X-T1 * Petzval redux * Getty and Lean In challenge female stereotyping

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