To celebrate the release of Undercover, we talk to its author Onnis Luque Firstly, please tell us the journey behind Undercover? What led you to making it? Onnis Luque: The project Undercover began on the 19th September 2017 when an earthquake measuring 7.1 hit Mexico City. Incidentally, it was the very same date in 1985
To celebrate the upcoming release of our new book Undercover, we ask its author Onnis Luque for his five favourite images from the project. I was 9 years old when one of the most destructive earthquakes in the history of Mexico City happened. Ironically, 32 years later, on the same very day, another devastating earthquake hit the city. This is where
To celebrate the release of No Storm in Sight, we talk to its author Norbert Graf Firstly, please tell us the journey behind No Storm in Sight? What led you to making it? Norbert Graf: The topic that has been with me for a long time now is the area of tension between mankind and
To celebrate the upcoming release of our new book No Storm in Sight, we ask its author Norbert Graf for his five favourite images from the project. At the very moment I am writing these lines, the access road to the valley in the Valais Alps, where the picture was taken, is closed due to the danger of avalanches. The sports
To celebrate the release of Khmer Concrete, we talk to its author Ekkehart Keintzel. What led you to becoming interested in the history of Cambodian architecture? EK: My first trip to Cambodia was back in 2007. At the time I already knew something about the more recent history of the country and its years of
To celebrate the upcoming release of our new book Khmer Concrete, we ask its author Ekkehart Keintzel for his five favourite images from the project. NagaWorld, a huge complex of buildings consisting of hotels and casinos, shapes and reshapes the former Bassac riverfront urban development project today. The original idea was to develop a modern city district consisting of exhibition buildings,
We talk to Michele Cera and Guido Sechi about their experience making Tolyatti.
To celebrate the upcoming release of our new book Tolyatti, we ask its authors Michele Cera and Guido Sechi for their five favourite images from the project.
On the eve of the release of his new book A Small Guide to Homeownership, we speak with artist Alejandro Cartagena on what the projects means to him, how it came to be and where he sees it going.
We are delighted to be interviewing Canadian photographer Kyler Zeleny about his project Crown Ditch and The Prairie Castle. In the space of four years, Kyler Zeleny travelled the prairie lands of North America, driving over 15,000 km in the process to photograph and document their current realities. The prairies is an extensive region encompassing