Winter Comes Early

We are pleased to announce the release of our WINTER edition: The biggest issue we have ever published, with more pages than ever before and new mixed, heavy weight paper stocks!

In this issue we feature portfolios from: Dana Lixenberg whose project, Imperial Courts, spans 20 years; Philip-Lorca diCorcia with his haunting East of Eden; Mitch Epstein’s New York Arbor; Andrew Miksys’s Disko; Matthew Porter’s Pale Subtropical Light; and Christian Patterson’s Bottom of the Lake; plus Joe Ahearne’s story Spinster inspired by Taiyo Onorato’s & Nico Kreb’s series Spins.

Also in this issue: interviews with Dashwood books David Strettell, curator Paul Wombell, and Terry O'Neill, as well as reviews of Taryn Simon's Birds of the West Indies, the Leica S, and Martin Parr & Tony Ray-Jones at Media Space.

In the exclusive content for our App Edition we go on the hunt for the Klu Klux Klan with Anthony Karen; take a closer look at William Christenberry's retrospective at Fundación Mapfre and review double the usual number of the best new photo books.