New York Waterways

9 November 2017 // Books //Photography

New York Waterways, by Susannah Ray, was released last week by Hoxton Mini Press. Find some photos from the book, along with the photographer’s note, below. Walt Whitman, in his 1856 poem “Crossing Brooklyn Ferry”, ecstatically invokes New York City’s waterways. Passionately, deliriously, Whitman calls out to the tides, the gulls, the ferry passengers, the […]

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The Hide

5 November 2017 // Photography

Wildlife photographer Mat Bingham chases the perfect kingfisher shot, and finds himself in deep water The footpath from the road to the hide was made of a series of concrete slabs that sank unevenly into the gloopy mud every time I took a step. Partway along the path there was a gap between two of […]

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26 October 2017 // Photography

The following piece was originally published by Inside the Outside, the landscape photography collective who, in their own words, ‘mediate the liminal space between the world before us and within’. We’ve been finding ourselves returning to their site increasingly frequently of late, so if they’re not already on your radar, they’re definitely worth a look. […]

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The Recent Past

23 October 2017 // Books //Photography

Matilda Temperley gives The Recent Past, a new book of James Ravilious’s rural photographs, the once-over: James Ravilious’s The Recent Past is an intimate portrait of in North Devon in the 1970s and 80s. This selection of black and white images is the first of his work to be published in a book since 2000. […]

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Cubby’s Tarn

14 October 2017 // Photography

A gallery of photographs by Joseph Wright, from the forthcoming book and exhibition Cubby’s Tarn. In Joseph’s own words: ‘John Cubby entered my family’s lives the year I was born, 1963, whilst he was working as a stockman on the farm my parents were working and living on at the time. Subsequently, visits to Grizedale […]

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