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Katie Burnett Makes the Absolute Best Out of Her Cabin Fever
Cabin Fever is a photographic display of self-portraiture, but not the usual kind. Within the title, Katie Burnett messes with contrast and composition to vast extremes, meaning that sometimes he
June 02, 2021
RIP, Eric Carle, Author of "The Very Hungry Caterpillar"
Food, shelter and, well, caterpillars and hermit crabs don’t need clothing, but, like all of us, they need. Which is why small children and the parents who read aloud The Very Hungry Cate
May 27, 2021
Dan Wood: Black Was The River, You See
The Ogmore is an unremarkable river. From its source at Craig Ogwr (527m) it runs approximately 28km before meeting up with the Bristol Channel at Ogmore-by-Sea. It is a river that has been a con
May 27, 2021
Born in the Bronx: A Visual Record of the Early Days of Hip-Hop
It’s amazing how much of our culture today was forged by the Bronx of the 1970s. Even the legend of Queens, LL COOL J, kicks off Born in the Bronx simply and directly: “I represent Queens by
May 26, 2021
Book Review: "Hayao Miyazaki"
It’s interesting to look at the books in this issue, whether the American obsession for gourmet ramen or the gripping representations of Bisa Butler and consider how cherished an artist connect
May 10, 2021
Megan Doherty: Stoned in Melanchol
In “Stoned in Melanchol” Megan flips small town banality on its head by turning it into its own alternate universe that celebrates youth, subculture, and freedom. The University of Ulster gra
April 28, 2021
New Book: Tattoo Artist Bert Krak and Friends Release "Magic Touch"
One of the highlights of Beyond the Streets' Brookyln exhibition was the interactive back-porch style tattoo parlor Magic Touch with Bert Krak on the tattoos and Alexis Ross on the structure. Kra
April 20, 2021
Thana Faroq: I don't Recognize Me in the Shadows
Thana Faroq's I Don’t Recognize Me in the Shadows explores her journey leaving war-torn Yemen and experiencing asylum in the Netherlands. Thana decided to make this book to figure out
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April 16, 2021
Barbara Bosworth: One Star and a Dark Voyage
In her first monograph with TIS books, the much-heralded photographer Barbara Bosworth has interwoven the visceral and ethereal to visually build a sense of the delicate and fragile nature of lif
April 02, 2021
Romantic Lowlife Fantasies: A Conversation with Laura June Kirsch on Her Upcoming Book
This week Hat & Beard Press announced their newest book title, Romantic Lowlife Fantasies, a collection of photos of Juxtapoz contributor and Brooklyn-based Laura June Kirsch. We fo
March 24, 2021
Book Reviews: "Ramen Forever: An Artist’s Guide to Ramen"
First thing’s first—I love ramen. Love might not even do my feelings justice: I literally think about ramen as the food option, every single meal. My Tokyo visits equate to ramen served as fa
March 19, 2021
Book Review: "Bisa Butler: Portraits"
On the cover of Bisa Butler’s Portraits, a six-year old girl stands composed, brave and ready, about to emigrate from Jamaica to the US. Her face beams in luminous, golden light, her hair tied
March 12, 2021
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