INSURRECTION

New Book by MARCUS HAYDOCK

“Being so precisely balanced between metaphor and description, these pictures have a raw energy that undermines their essential nature as […]
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UN-SOLVED PUZZLES RE-MAIN

New Book by Harvey Benge

Here is the second in a series of three bookworks Harvey Benge has published late last year under his imprint […]
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London (or is it)

New Book by Harvey Benge

“When in London in May for Photo London I made some pictures and now a bookwork.Of course my practice involves […]
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AN UNCOMMON ARCHIVE

Pascal Fellonneau

Pascal Fellonneau is featured in An Uncommon Archive, published by T. Adler Books, in Santa Barbara, CA. “This unusual volume […]
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The Bridgetender

Paul Kwiatkowski in Vice Magazine

The Bridgetender , Joy Williams story illustrated by Paul Kwiatkowski in the new fiction issue of Vice. Read it HERE

SUMMERLAND

Part 8 of ”Eat Prey Drug” by Paul Kwiatkowski

Escaping a catastrophic blizzard to take peyote in the Arizona desert, Paul Kwiatkowski concludes his investigation into alternate perceptions of […]
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Eat Prey Drug

Paul Kwiatkowski in American Suburb X

“Somewhere in Oregon, a stripper boofed molly and fainted inside a hollow cake; she may have contracted giardia. Earlier, in […]
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Reykjavík Diary

Pascal Fellonneau in Aint Bad Magazine

“Reykjavík Diary was created after Fellonneau relentlessly walked the streets of the Reykjavík district in Iceland. While muted colors and […]
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Willow Lake

Part 7 of ”Eat Prey Drug” by Paul Kwiatkowski

“Some argue that Willow Lake is the site of a new biorhythm. They believe that the electromagnetic waves meeting there […]
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Q&A with Pascal Fellonneau

The Heavy Collective

“This series of landscapes were shot in Akureyri, the biggest town in northern Iceland. Located approximately 100 kilometers south of […]
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How Humans Made God

New Book By Harvey Benge, published by SUPER LABO (Japan)

Printed in a limited edition of 500 copies, each book comes with one of five, each different, signed and numbered […]
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Sweet Charity

Part 5 of ”Eat Prey Drug” by Paul Kwiatkowski

Part five of Paul Kwiatkowski’s cross-country assignment to investigate alternate perceptions of consciousness. Read it HERE You can also read […]
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Candidates

Pascal Fellonneau in 1814 Magazine

Candidates by Pascal Fellonneau, featured in 1814 Magazine. You can watch a preview and order it HERE  

Abstract Canada

Simon Letourneau in Vice Magazine

“Since I moved here, I started working on a series entitled “Abstract Canada.” The main idea behind it is looking […]
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Wetiko

Part 2 of ”Eat Prey Drug” by Paul Kwiatkowski

This is the second part of Paul Kwiatkowski’s cross-country assignment to investigate alternate perceptions of consciousness for The Airship   […]
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Marcus Haydock

I Am Not I

Marcus Haydock in Phases Magazine

The online magazine Phases has a selection of images from Marcus Haydock’s series I Am Not I.   Watch it […]
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LOST HOME

HARVEY BENGE, SUPER LABO

Lost Home, featuring GTP member Harvey Benge,  has been featured in TIME magazine’s picks for best photobooks of 2013 “LOST […]
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Book Tour

Paul Kwiatkowski in Vice

“Paul Kwiatkowski’s dispatch from a recent book tour for And Every Day Was Overcast, his terrific new photo novel about […]
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The Hollow earth

Part 1 of ”Eat Prey Drug” by Paul Kwiatkowski

The Airship sent Paul Kwiatkowski on assignment to Mount Shasta, California to investigate its eponymous volcano, which is claimed to […]
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Cemeteries

Pascal Fellonneau in Excerpt Magazine

Some images of Pascal Fellonneau’s Cemeteries featured in issue 6 of Excerpt Magazine Life, Death & Bureaucracy.   Watch it […]
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Marcus Haydock

Dark Matter

Marcus Haydock in Paper Journal

Paper Journal is featuring Marcus Haydock’s work in an arcticle written by Darren Campion. Read it HERE Darren Campion’s blog, […]
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Game season in French restaurants Damien Lafargue For The New York Times

Hunting Time

Damien Lafargue For The New York Times

“It’s Hunting Time in France: Autumn signifies the opening of the six-month season, when chefs compete to transform quarry into […]
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