FLOW’s Book du Jour: Campo de Juego | Alberto Franco Diaz

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“Campo de Juego” was shot in La Hoz del Rio Dulce forest in Guadalajara (Spain). This area was the set of a documentary series of Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente titled “Fauna Ibérica” broadcasted by Spanish public television in the … Continued

FLOW’s Book du Jour: Gordon Parks | The Flavio Story

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This book explores a once-popular picture story by Gordon Parks and the extraordinary chain of events it prompted. Published in Life magazine in June 1961 as “Poverty: Freedom’s Fearful Foe,” this empathetic photo-essay profiled the da Silva family, living in a hillside … Continued

FLOW – ON SHOW: Christopher Thomas | Lost in LA

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Hamiltons presents Lost in L.A., the most recent series by the photographer Christopher Thomas. With these atmospheric black and white photographs, Thomas brings his unique style of city portraiture to Los Angeles, originally established in Münchner Elegien (2001–2005), New York … Continued

FLOW’s Book du Jour: Provoke | Between Protest and Performance

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The short-lived Japanese magazine Provoke, founded in 1968, is nowadays recognized as a major contribution to postwar photography in Japan, featuring the country’s finest representatives of protest photography, vanguard fine art and critical theory in only three issues overall. The magazine’s … Continued

FLOW’s Book du Jour: Sory Sanlé: Volta Photo 1965–85

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Burkina Faso photographer Sory Sanlé (born 1943) started his career in 1960, the year his country (then named République de Haute-Volta) gained independence from France. Sanlé opened his Volta Photo portrait studio in 1965 and, working with his Rolleiflex twin-lens, … Continued

FLOW’s Book du Jour: Dorothea Lange | Aperture Masters of Photography

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Dorothea Lange (1895–1965) documented rural poverty for the federal Resettlement Administration and Farm Security Administration from 1935 to 1939. Her powerful images–from migrant workers in California fleeing the “dustbowl,” to struggling Southern sharecroppers– became icons of the era. She later … Continued

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