Giasco Bertoli is a photographer and filmmaker, working in Paris since 2000. The cultural currency of his work, since the 1990s, has focused on sports, cinema, youth, music, sexuality, nostaligia, humor, and history.
Morten Barker lives and works in Aarhus, Denmark. He studied Photography at The Surrey Institute of Art and Design in Farnham, England. In his practice he explores amongst others tracks of the military in both existing and fictive landscapes.
Masaki Yamamoto was born in 1989 in Hyogo Prefecture. He graduated from the Japan Institute of Photography and Film in 2012.
From 1978 to 1999 British photographer Tom Wood spent his Saturday mornings at Great Homer Street Market, a retail market, just far enough outside the centre of Liverpool in the North of England, for it to have it’s own unique, more relaxed identity.
Alone in the heart of Jotunheimen. No paths or cairns, only rocks, steep mountain peaks and glaciers. Line Bøhmer Løkken wanted to revive old knowledge, feel the airiness, challenge difficulty and persistence.
Michael Schmelling is the author of several photo books, including The Plan (J+L Books, 2009), Atlanta: Hip Hop & The South (Chronicle, 2010) and My Blank Pages (The Ice Plant, 2015). Your Blues — a commission from The Museum of Contemporary Photography — was presented in 2014.
Shooting Blanks is the first monograph of photographic work by photographer and multidisciplinary artist TJ Norris.
Domesticated Land is the third instalment in a trilogy of books for which New York based artist Susan Lipper spent nearly thirty years travelling the USA from East to West.
Saiful Huq Omi is a photographer, filmmaker, educator and activist. Founder of the photography school Counter Foto , he was born in Bangladesh in 1980. Saiful Huq Omi started to document the lives of the Rohingyas almost a decade ago and has showcased their stories in different parts of the world.