The 11th number of analog magazine brings you seven exciting photo series that will make you fall in love with film photography.
The first series is ‘101 Billionaires’ by Rob Hornstra from The Netherlands, a documentary work that portrays the impoverished Russian population away from the glitter and glamour of the ‘Russian Billionaires’. Next is the fantastic B&W portfolio of Anna Försterling from Germany, in which she focuses her attention in the body and the expressions of the skin. From Germany and currently based in Canada, Birthe Piontek introduces ‘Abendlied’, a series that explores the topics of family, memory and loss. Kenro Izu from Japan brings his long-term and acclaimed project ‘Sacred Places’, which reveals the spirituality of ancient landmarks throughout the World. Working with Polaroid, Cristina Altieri from Italy presents her everyday takes that help her materialise her feelings. From China, Lin Zhipeng (aka No. 223) offers a work selection that is the reflection of a non-mainstream generation full of love, chaos, fantasy and eroticism. Last is the portfolio of Thomas Vandenberghe from Belgium who is passionate about the print image and his work is based on the physical image that can be transformed and played with.
Rounding up this number is the truly entertaining story ‘Out of Proportion’ by Dale Stuckey from the USA, which we are sure you won’t stop reading until you finish it.
Do not miss the opportunity to collect this book since it is a limited edition of 400 manually numbered copies.
23 x 17 cm | 136 pages Offset Print | 140 g/m2 Fedrigoni Uncoated Paper
Print run: 400 copies | Manually numbered