In this first issue, we explore photography as a way to cope with grief and as a way to reconnect with a dying father; photography as a tool for creative survival, and as a way to find beauty in the unusual; photography as a way to preserve what is disappearing, and as a way to inspire one’s work in other visual disciplines; photography as a way to indulge in nostalgia, and as a way to travel to parallel worlds built to escape reality.
In this issue:
Front cover by Steven Hirsch, 1992
Back cover by Roberto Timperi, 2022
Pages: 100 pages, 150gsm
Binding: Thread sewn