November Issue: Reframing History
The latest issue has a distinct historical concern, as we follow the work of photographers who have dealt with issues of remembrance, identity and ritual across the century. We also journey to the French capital to highlight two shows exhibiting alongside Paris Photo.
We speak to Patrick Waterhouse about his project, Restricted Images, which hopes to give agency to Warlpiri people in Australia. Andrew Moisey infiltrates US male-only frat houses, providing a comprehensive overview of the toxic culture of humiliation and misogyny. In the centenary anniversary of the end of the Great war, Nicholas Moreno turns his lense to the monuments and memorials that pepper his native French landscape, as a tribute to the fallen.
In our intelligence section, we catch up with Martin Barnes, senior curator of photographs at the V&A. In Agenda we speak to Martha Kirszenbaum, and we preview Martine Franck’s exhibition at the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson, as well as Arme de Classe at the Centre Pompidou. Our Any Answers interview is with renowned documentary photographer Jane Evelyn Atwood.
Plus, in Projects, we explore the work of Adam Lach, Maciej Czepiel and Marwan Bassiouni.