Possible Scenarios / Sofia Podestà

This is the story of a man who wanders aimlessly until he meets a forest. Once he enters, he is lost. A sense of vertigo, due to the…

AMBIENT 4: ON LAND / Simon Bray

The music of Brian Eno offers me a window into other realms, a connection to emotional responses and thoughts that may otherwise have remained hidden. The music was…

The Memory of the Present / Lorenzo Valloriani

“An on-going study about the “B-Side” of Tuscany. Not the picture postcard landscape, but the real, everyday landscape: countryside crossroads, the vernacular architecture, river banks, memorial statues, ruins…

O Human Child / Vera Saltzman

Originally interviewed February 2018 Tell us a bit about yourself. I’m a photographer based in Saskatchewan, Canada. I grew up in on the east coast on Cape Breton…

I Don’t Belong Here / Zak R. Dimitrov

“By photographing everyday scenes, landscapes and portraits I’m trying to grapple with the sense of belonging and home, which I still haven’t found neither here, nor there.” –…

Tell me her story because war is only the half of it / Dorothee Nowak

Note: Interview took place in June 2018 I am from France and my family, originally from Poland. It has been nearly fifteen years since I have been living…

Loabi Loabi / Maurizio Annese

When looking at these photographs, it’s like going over the moments I lived in a trance-like state of mind; moments where I was the observer in someone else’s…

My Friend, You are a Lunar Lamplight / Christopher J Russell

Tell us a bit about yourself. I was born in Milton Keynes in the UK about three decades ago. It’s a town most notable for its quantity of…

I would like to tell you something, but then I would lie / Mirre Nimmegeers

– instagram.com/mirre.nimmegeers

Marching the MacLehose / Ethan Lo

Ethan Lo, based in Hong Kong, is a visual artist whose work focuses on the human-altered landscape and environmental issues in his home country. Today we feature his…

Whereness: The Landscape of Uncertainty / Chris Younger

“Rain is temporary but transformative. Its effect on the landscape – and our behaviour – is profound. We run for cover, hide indoors, leaving the outside vacant. Rain…

A certain slant of light / Trish Morrissey

“It was, I think, the first time that I realised I was “trying on” different lives and states of being.” For many photographers, performance is not something that comes…

This is Nowhere / Fabrizio Musu

“This is nowhere is a photographic diary dedicated to the northern tip of the peninsula of Sinis in Sardinia, where I grew up.” – fabriziomusu.com

Sea Shanties

Natalija Gormalova Born in Latvia, Natalija Gormalova moved to London at only eighteen years old. She completed a degree in photography at the London College of Communication, and…

Lanzarote

Giovanna Petrocchi How often do you challenge yourself within your practice? Are you comfortable with what you do? Are you too comfortable? Featured today is Giovanna Petrocchi, who…

Flower Flower Water Light

Nicola Jane Maskrey “A travel diary of chaotic beauty and colourful abstraction. Documenting a road trip through the landscapes of the United Kingdom, France and Spain. Avoiding deliberate…

Kolkata Blue

David Lurvey “They didn’t talk about cameras, they talked about ideas. They created a space of real critique and that drove me to make better pictures, to be…

Don’t make me look like the kids on TV

Dawit N. M. “Weaving new photographs together with the old made it seem as if time was never linear. Without knowing it, this project became a personal journey…

Kuçedra: Life on Europe’s last wild river

Nick St. Oegger ‘It’s so easy to pass by a river, see it flowing and think ‘oh, how beautiful’. Most people don’t realise that rivers are complex living…

Structures

Dimitris Lambris “I believe that it is essential for everyone to express themselves by creating or destroying (destruction is a form a creation) thus, making art. Expression is…

Les Sommets Inhabitables

Teo Becher What is it about the landscape that captivates us so? What is it about being in solitude and wandering amongst the great mountain giants, the serene…

The giants watch us

Sarah Bejerano “These passive giants remain expectant to the changes that should have taken place a few years ago. They carry an antinomy; despite their rigid structures, the…

Coalville Photographed

Chris Mear Born, raised and currently living Leicestershire (UK), Chris Mear has been making photographs over the last decade about the industrial history of the English landscape and…

Temporary Still Lives

Ben Gowertt “Everything is constantly changing; between chaos and order, construction, demolition, reconstruction.  But there are always moments happening which exhibit some kind of own momentum, perfection and…

Greg & Butch

Remington Long “My dad knocked on my door at 5am and told me we were meeting our neighbour Butch at his ranch. Grudgingly I threw on a sweatshirt,…

GIB50

Iggy Smalls Born and raised in Norway, young photographer Iggy Smalls is now based in Spain, having studied for her degree in photography in Florida, USA. This week,…

30th December

Simon Bray “On 30th December 2009, three days before his 52nd birthday, my dad passed away. After over fours years of trying to stop the cancer from altering…

Temporal Landforms

Andrew James Bradley – andrewjamesbradley.co.uk

Borderlands: The Edges of Europe

Paola Leonardi Borders: sometimes invisible lines only depicted on paper, sometimes a towering built wall or a threatening and unkind sharp wire fence. We think of borders as…

Desassossego

Fábio Miguel Roque – fabiomiguelroque.com

The Land Between Us

Ning Kai & Sabrina Scarpa – ningkaisabrinascarpa.com

Decoy

Peter Spurgeon It is a difficult task to combine certain genres within photography. For example, historical documentary and constructed fine art is not often a pairing that goes…

L’Inertie d’à Côté

Guillaume Tomasi – guillaumetomasi.com

Desert Solitaire

Agnès Clotis – agnesclotis.fr

Staten Island

Olga Ginzburg We all know the feeling of returning to a place we used to know well; that strange mix of familiarity and newness when our memory, as…

Q&A

Alexander Missen For many, America has always been an epic icon of freedom and discovery — and the road trip an “enduring symbol”, as David Campany put it in his…

Views of a Mountain

Declan Connolly Featured today on of the land & us is fine art and documentary photographer Declan Connolly. Connolly. Originally from the North West of England, Connolly was…

Tanera

Kevin Percival When we think of off-the-grid communities, we often forget about the places which are “off-the-grid” simply because of their natural placements in the world, like the…

Eilean, Burnt Ice, Interventions & The Floating Islands

Mhairi Law Scotland-based Mhairi Law is originally from the Scottish borders, and she moved to Edinburgh where she studied photography and film at university. She now lives between…

Hic et Nunc

 Giacomo Ferro – giacomofierro.com

They Were My Landscape

Phoebe Kiely Our last feature was a fairly intensive and heavy topic, and so we wanted to share something more about the little moments in life. Today we’re…

Oil Sands

Alan Gignoux On of the land & us today, we are featuring the work of photographer Alan Gignoux — Oil Sands, an on-going long term photojournalistic and documentary project on…

The conquest

by Mélanie Desriaux America. The one place that intrigues and compels us all equally; sometimes beguiling, often extraordinary and quite scary. The Wild West, despite the glorification constantly…

The edges of these isles

by Simon Bray & Tom Musgrove We have a firm belief, here at of the land & us, that the practice of other artistic mediums can only improve…

Borderland

by Steve Gray – stevegrayphotography.com

The promise of sublime words

by Ewa Doroszenko – ewa-doroszenko.com

Sonder

by Rosella Castello – rossellacastello.com

Solid Space

by Alexis Vasilikos – alexisvasilikos.net/07

Observed and Preserved

by Yaniv Waissa – waissa.com

The geese are gone

by Alex de Bruycker There’s something about black and white photography that’s just so innately captivating, like no colour photograph could be… for us, the lack of colour…