Anastasia Samoylova

Anastasia Samoylova is an American artist who moves between observational photography, studio practice and installation. By utilizing tools and strategies related to digital media and commercial photography, her work explores notions of environmentalism, consumerism and the picturesque. Her new book Floridas: Anastasia Samoylova & Walker Evans will be published by Steidl in February 2022. In … Read more

Rouzbeh Rashidi

Rouzbeh Rashidi (born in Tehran, 1980) is an Iranian-Irish filmmaker. He has been making films since 2000, at which time he founded the Experimental Film Society in Tehran. Rashidi has always worked entirely away from mainstream conceptions of filmmaking, striving to escape conventional storytelling stereotypes. Instead, he roots his cinematic style in a poetic interaction … Read more

Miho Kajioka

Miho Kajioka is a fine art photographer based in Kyoto and Paris. Her work is ethereal and minimalist, inspired by the Japanese tradition of  ‘wabi-sabi’ that is the appreciation of beauty in imperfection and transcience, and the Zen/Taoist belief that the essence of an object exists rather in the empty space inside and around it. … Read more

Prof. Dr. Wulf Rössler

Wulf Rössler is an internationally renowned psychiatrist and psychologist. His main focus is on social psychiatry, which deals with the social factors influencing the development and course of mental disorders. For many years he ran the Zurich Psychiatric University Hospital, one of the best-known Psychiatric hosptals in the world. After his retirement, he accepted various … Read more

Tim Clark/1000 Words Magazine

Tim Clark is a writer and curator based in London. He is Editor in Chief and Director of 1000 Words, nominated for Photography Magazine of the Year at the Lucie Awards 2014 and 2016. Clark has been involved in a wide range of projects: curatorial advisor on Masculinities: Liberation through Photography (2020) at the Barbican Centre London, … Read more

Simon Roberts

Simon Roberts (b.1974) is a visual artist based in Brighton, UK. Widely recognised for his large-format, tableaux photographs of the British landscape, his practice also encompasses video, text and installation work, which together, interrogate notions of identity and belonging, and the complex relationship between history, place and culture He has exhibited widely and his photographs … Read more

Anders Petersen

Swedish photographer based in Stockholm. Petersen makes intimate and personal documentary-style photographs. His photobook Cafe Lehmitz, 1978, is a seminal body of work capturing the late night regulars of a bar in Hamburg. Petersen is a highly influential photographer of ‘personal documentary’ photographer. He studied at the Fotoskolan academy and his mentor and good friend … Read more

Martin Bogren

Bogren is a photographer based in Malmö, Sweden. Since 2008 he has been the author of critically acclaimed photobooks including Ocean, Tractor Boys, Italia and his recently published August Song. He has exhibited at numerous galleries internationally and is represented by Galerie VU in Paris. “At every moment he finds the right distance, one which … Read more

Antoine d’Agata

French photographer and film-maker born in Marseille. D’Agata is renowned for his strong experiential documentary photography. He has been published regularly: Vortex and Insomnia, 2003, Stigma, 2004, Manifest, 2005, ICE, 2011, Anticorps, 2013, Oscurana, 2018, Acephale, 2018, amongst others. He has been a member of Magnum Photos since 2011.