Issue 187

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We look behind the Belorussian propaganda machine with Rafal Milach in The Winners; venture into the harsh North American wilds in Lucas Foglia's Frontcountry; take a closer look at Aaron McElroy's sexually charged and strikingly visceral images in I Lied; re-evaluate the materiality of the photograph with Letha Wilson in Land Marks; pour over mug shots that bear little resemblance to Paul Schiek in Dead Men Don't Look Like Me; see where fate will take us with Rut Blees Luxemburg in London Dust; and try to reconcile the Universe with the pound shop with Jason Fulford in Hotel Oracle.

We also talk to New York Times Magazine Director of Photography Kathy Ryan; look at the history behind Nazi pigeon cameras; examine Social Responsibility and the Photographer with A. D. Coleman and review Trent Parke's The Christmas Tree Bucket and Paul Kwiatkowski's And Every Day Was Overcast.