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Category archives: BOOK REVIEW


Born in Northern Germany and currently based in Berlin, Fred Huening is a prominent figure in contemporary photographic practice today. Since graduating from Ostkreuz School for Photography in 2007, he has published a trilogy of photobooks entitled einer, zwei and drei, and in 2013, released a book that compiles all three editions into one. Published by Peperoni Books in Berlin, One Circle brings together intimate experiences of love, loss, beauty [...]


Book review by Callum Ross. Born and raised in Shanghai, Shen Wei is a fine art photographer currently based in New York City. His work has been exhibited internationally, including the Museum of the City of New York, Griffin Museum of Photography, the Harn Museum of Art and the Museum of Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. Shen Wei has recently been included to the Queensland Centre for Photography’s [...]

REVIEW // YEE I-LANN : Fluid World

Monograph review by Dr. Anne Kirker. There seems to be a turn in the tide regarding the publishing of books on contemporary Asian photographers. While these practitioners are now regularly included in survey publications (accompanying international biennales and triennials, for example) there is little “out there” for tracing an artist’s practice across time. The monographs that have mostly appeared, have concentrated on “big names”, Japanese photographers Hiroshi Sugimoto and Yasumasa [...]