The German photographer Stephanie Kiwitt (1972, Bonn) lives and works in Brussels.
“Everything else is a lie” is the title of Hanna Putz’ latest photo essay produced by PAMPAM Publishing and consisting of over 50 photographs. Hanna Putz (born 1987 in Vienna) lives and works between Berlin and Vienna.
Over the last decade, Japanese-born photographer Hiro Tanaka has published three photobooks – Dew Dew Its, Around 42nd and 7th and Chicharron, which won the 2018 Cosmos Arles PDF Award.
Motohiko Hasui is a photographer born and raised in Japan. He studied Photography in Central Saint Martins Art and Design and London College of Communication. He is often inspired by what he sees in everyday life in Tokyo consequently, delivering a unique style into the fashion, documentary and advertising photography industry.
Arian Christiaens has been working as a photographer and photography teacher since graduating as a Master at KASK (Ghent) in 2004.
Angela Sequeira (b.1984) based in Oporto, Portugal as been working as a designer for the past 10 years. Having studied Fine Arts, she reflects on visual subjectivity to create concepts pursuing distinct ways of communication that could approach and deepen human relations.
Felicia Honkasalo (b. 1986) gained a Masters degree from the Time and Space department at the Academy of Arts Helsinki in 2016 and her BA from the University of the Arts London. She is also part of the collective Honkasalo-Niemi-Virtanen.
This new book by Here Press commemorates the history and heritage of the south-east London community Thamesmead.
Paul Reas (born 1955) is a British social documentary photographer and university lecturer. He is best known for photographing consumerism in Britain in the 1980s and 1990s. Fables of Faubus is a retrospective monograph of work, spanning 30 years and featuring previously unpublished works.