Launched in 2016, Loupe has built a reputation for featuring the best in contemporary photographic talent. As society increasingly uses imagery to communicate we recognise photography’s ability to document, create debate, and make sense of the world around us.
We showcase work that tackles big subjects, ones that shape the human experience. Loupe is not a photography magazine written by photographers, we commission articles by experts on the theme to explore and contextualise the projects we feature. In the landscape of photography magazines, Loupe is unique.
Published bi-annually, we have just released Issue 11 of the magazine, exploring the theme of ‘Belief’.
Issue 11 will be our first paid edition of the magazine and we look forward to growing our readership.
The people behind Loupe
Luke Archer – Editor
Alec Jackson – Design and Art Direction
Harry Flook – Deputy Editor
Megan Wilson De-La Mare – Online Editor
Leia Morrison – Assistant & Researcher
Eva Watkins – Social Media
Chris Brent – Proof Reading
Regular Writers: Gemma Padley, Rosie Wadey, Luke Das, Bertie Oaks, Álvaro Martínez García.
Loupe is sold worldwide in selected magazine shops, bookstores, galleries museums and more. Our current edition and back issues are also sold in our online shop.
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Lead image: Jasmine Bruno
Loupe Issue 10
As our first themed edition, the issue represents an exciting development for the magazine. We opted for the important yet contentious subject of National Identity, a topic that deserves careful consideration in light of recent events.
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