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Soft Pink Light
‘The stigma is to be a woman.’
Lynne Tillman introduces the photography of Kaitlin Maxwell.
‘Calcutta is an hourglass and each person is a grain of sand. Each day, we all pour through the opening.’
Photographs and memoir by Ruchir Joshi.
‘At the start of this pandemic, I had three living grandparents, and now I have one.’
Colin Herd introduces the photography of Robbie Lawrence.
An excerpt from Seek You: A Journey Through American Loneliness, a new graphic novel by Kristen Radtke.
‘You can really feel the horses, when you’re around them, you can feel their spirit coming to life.’
Al-Birr Islamic Trust Morgue, Greenwich Islamic Centre, April 2020
‘Palmer’s portraits of Kafil Ahmed sit alongside those of other people risking their lives to take care of others.’
‘The soil itself is filled with divine feminine energy. It’s alive, it’s pulsating.’
‘Symbiosis – the intimate association formed between different species – is a fundamental feature of life and enables new biological possibilities. Mycorrhizal fungi are some of the more striking examples.’
‘No bird could ever be seen by our naked eye as Bou shows it, but every flying bird actually moves in that way.’
People From My Neighbourhood: Behind the Scenes
Clare Skeats on the cover design for Hiromi Kawakami’s latest book of stories, translated by Ted Goossen.
‘I made many pictures of such trees, and each time, some analogy to art would impress itself on me, the more so because of the universally locked museum doors.’
‘Because that’s what I’m doing a lot of; looking around the interiors I occupy, the corners of my occupied apartment.’