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JOHN ALINDER: PORTRAITS 1910-1932

John Alinder, son of a farmer, chose not to take over his parents’ farm in rural Sweden. Instead he became a photographer. His portraits are extraordinary - children placed on chairs, people perched in trees, labourers, old ladies and confirmation candidates ; often depicted against a background of foliage and sprawling greenery penetrated by sunlight. 

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PAUL COHEN

THINGS AREN'T ALWAYS AS MOTHER REPORTS
with an essay by VAL WILLIAMS

Redolent with both sadness and hope Things Aren’t Always as Mother Reports is an extended series of colour portraits and landscapes through which Paul Cohen interrogates the idea of family. It is a tense document about the here and now.

Unfortunately the book has been delayed following a binding issue. However, you can still pre-order Things Aren’t Always as Mother Reports and copies will ship as soon as they are available.

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JACOB EHRBAHN; A DREAM OF EUROPE

Jacob Ehrbahn has just been awarded PHOTOJOURNALIST OF THE YEAR 2021 by the NPPA, National Press Photographers Association.

A Dream of Europe reminds us that on the other end of policy decisions and behind the numbers and statistics, there are real people with hopes and dreams.

Wars in Afghanistan, Syria and other countries have generated a massive stream of refugees toward Europe. Between spring 2015 and December 2020, Jacob Ehrbahn undertook numerous trips to document the lives of the refugees and migrants who dream of a better life in Europe.

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