Juan Brenner’s Tonatiuh is our Issue 9 cover feature. The project explores how 300 years of colonial rule shaped Guatemala’s present situation.
Loupe regular, Rosie Wadey, shows us around Hollie Fernando’s portfolio, summing up her simple and evidently effective creative approach: create sincere work.
Tee Chandler takes an unusual approach to her family archive, revealing the hushed moments of intimacy between her uncle and his male lover; a heartfelt story elegantly summed up by Sarah Goad.
Mike Murphy takes a cliched technique, points it at a hackneyed subject, and produces something altogether new and brilliant; his obscure panoramic images are a welcome new vision of Los Angeles.
Regular Features Include:
Portrait Page, Centre Fold, Turning Point, Book Review
275 X 200 mm portrait
80 gsm uncoated paper
Issue 9 – Print
Colonialism in Guatemala
Los Angeles through iPhone Panoramas
Oppressed Sexuality in the 60’s
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