Moyra Davey and the canons of photography – it’s a long story, which continues with The Shabbiness of Beauty. Here, Davey combines her vision with Peter Hujar’s. Laurie Milner discovers what is distinct about each of their worlds. Read her review here.
Mines – their depth and operations – are at the heart of Louie Palu’s emblematic series Cage Call, created between 1991 and 2003. The Image Centre recovered Palu’s photographs from oblivion for an exhibition, reviewed here by Siobhan Angus.
This issue’s dossier features portfolios by Éric Tabuchi/Nelly Monnier, Suzanne Lafont and Bertrand Carrière. Ciel variable 125 – AGGLOMERATIONS is also available on our online store.
To wrap up the year, we offer a look back at the Rencontres de la photogrpahie d’Arles. Read about what caught contributor Alain Depocas’s eye.
… of reviews highlighting photobooks from Quebec artists that may not have received all the attention they deserve. We entrusted these critical examinations to Louis Perreault, who has the eye of a passionate reader. Find out which books he picked out.
Ruth Kaplan focused her interest on the last kilometres leading to the border crossing at Roxham, where a nexus of ephemeral interactions emerge between migrants, volunteers, taxi drivers and police officers to prepare the last passage. Sophie Mangano introduces us to this work.
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