Dave Heath was born in 1931. His work is included in the National Galleries of Canada and the US, the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Art Institute of Chicago.
‘Trees, mostly the older and weaker ones, were toppled by the wind, dragging neighbouring trees down, just like someone contaminated by the virus would contaminate another.’
Photographs of the Rhône Glacier by Simon Norfolk and Klaus Thymann, with an introduction by Francis Hodgson.
‘What is this elsewhere that one is longing to be in? Part of the answer to this question, for me, is Switzerland.’
‘There are glimmers of the reality beyond, the promise of redemption even in the darkest places.’ Adam Foulds introduces the photography of Ian Willms.
Sylvie Weil on what it means to take a literary selfie. Translated from the French by Ros Schwartz.
‘Chinechelum said little as her mother drove her to the airport.’
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