Issue 183
Issue 183
Issue 183
Issue 183
Issue 183

Issue 183

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This issue starts as it means to go on, showing just how expansive photography can be, with portfolios of Mike Brodie’s outcast kids riding freight trains across American landscape in a Period of Juvenile Prosperity, the dark sexuality of Paul Kooiker’s Heaven, J Carrier’s sun bleached images of Israel’s migrant population in Elementary Calculus, the apocalyptic sublime of David Maisel's Black Maps, and finally in Crude Metaphors, Nicolai Howait's photographs crash into Cyrus Shahrad's short story.

We also talk to Trevor Paglen about The Last Pictures, before A. D. Coleman sits us down and tells us what a photograph is in Letter from New York. Colin Finlay takes us on a rowing journey in From the Archives, plus reviews of Viviane Sassen's In and Out of Fashion, Roman Vishniac Rediscovered at the ICP and Erik Kessel's Album Beauty.