analog magazine is a Swiss based curated publication for contemporary analogue photography and creative writing.
Focus on works with a poetic narrative, where simple expressionism, minimalism and careful attention to composition are the main drives. Showcases artists and authors who add layers of meaning to their oeuvres without too many frills.
Analog magazine aim is to promote the work of talented people as well as to act as a source of inspiration for other creative minds.
analog magazine Issue #7 is a collectable coffee-table book exploring outstanding works in contemporary analogue photography.
In this number, you will have opportunity to discover six great series with works that we have never featured on our sites, and an interesting essay on photography.
Mikael Siirilä from Finland shows a collection of pristine B&W takes. Matthias Leberle from Germany presents a series of captivating portraits. Catherine Hyland from the UK exhibits “Lithium mining”. Ester Vonplon from Switzerland brings us her series “Eis”. From Belgium, Elise Corten takes us into the intimate journey of her life, and finally, we feature a selection of Nordic scapes by Carmen Marchena from Germany-Spain.
Accompanying this number we present an essay by Marcel Herbst, which talks over the meaning of photography in our days and how it only becomes significant when is deciphered and interpreted.