Unseen Amsterdam and Maryam Eisler discuss the photographs showing at the fair
The Wall Street Journal explores ‘Beneath the Surface’ of Alejandro Guijarro’s new series, LEAD
Art Meets Science in Alejandro Guijarro’s Investigation of the Old Masters
“The Masterpieces hiding in Old Master Paintings” – The Guardian explores Alejandro Guijarro’s new series, LEAD.
Ursula Schulz-Dornburg wins the Aimia/AGO Photography Prize 2016.
Wallpaper Magazine reviews Flavie Audi’s solo exhibition Cell-(estial)
Amah-Rose Abrams of Artnet News reviews Maryam Eisler’s new series – Searching for Eve in the American West
Architectural Review explores Ursula Schulz-Dornburg’s photographs and considers the new craze for images of Communist architecture
Tristan Hoare discusses the work of Malick Sidibé in an interview with 1814 Magazine
In an interview with AfterNyne, Tristan Hoare introduces his new show, Ensō, and the works of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg and Taizo Kuroda
The Guardian explores a selection of photographs taken from Ursula Schulz-Dornburg’s ‘Hejaz Railway’ series.
Francis Hodgson – photography critic of the Financial Times – takes a look at Alejandro Guijarro’s “Momentum”
The Huffington Post looks at how Ursula Schulz Dornburg captures the legacy of war in her group exhibition at the Tate Modern
The National explores how Ursula Schulz Dornburg turns the camera on conflict and the ways we remember in her group show at the Tate Modern
Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre travelled across America taking photos of abandoned buildings.
These photographs document what remains of an extraordinary city and hint at the bigger picture of post-industrial USA
Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre talk to Le Monde
Photos of Physicists’ Blackboards Reveal The Ghosts Of Theorems Past
Here’s A Way To Appreciate Quantum Mechanics Even If You Know Nothing About Science
Alejandro Guijarro visits the world’s premier quantum mechanics labs. Beauty ensues.
GQ Italia takes a look at Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre
Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre’s photographs of Detroit’s ruins tell a prescient story about the changing world economy