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POSTED: 28 Oct 15 12:00

“Many of the negatives were lost or destroyed... The book would never have come to pass had Pyle not fanatically printed photographs decades ago.” TIME magazine's fantastic feature on Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band 1975 is available to read here.

POSTED: 28 Oct 15 12:00

“Pyle's new book showcases a wealth of super-rare photos from the pivotal year” - Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band 1975's feature in Rolling Stone can be read here.

POSTED: 26 Oct 15 12:00

Italian readers can see Vogue Italia's fantastic article on Brigid Berlin Polaroids in this month's issue.

POSTED: 26 Oct 15 12:00

HotShoe gave Billy Name the chance to discuss some of his memories from The Silver Factory. Read here.

POSTED: 26 Oct 15 12:00

Hunter Barnes' Roadbook has been featured in The Guardian; Hunter runs through some of his favourite images from his book. Check it out here.

POSTED: 08 Oct 15 12:00

Photographer Hunter Barnes Captures the Colorful Characters of Rural America

Hunter Barnes is the kind of artist you'd be dealing with if you were to merge Jack Kerouac's beat poet thirst for the road with the early 20th Century photographer Edward S. Curtis' obsessive drive to document marginalized communities across the great expanse of the American landscape. Roadbook, a romantic yet thoroughly badass photography exhibition opening at Milk Gallery on October 7th, will feature intimate portraits of the men and women who welcomed Barnes into their homes, prison yards, biker gangs, backwoods serpent handler churches, low rider whips, and even sweat lodges, as was the case when the humble photographer embedded himself with the "Dreamers" of the Nez Perce tribe for four months before snapping a single shot. Roadbook, the exhibit, will coincide with the release of a limited edition book of the same name.

Roadbook runs at Milk Gallery from October 7th-November 1st

POSTED: 07 Oct 15 12:00

David Hurn will be at Frankfurt Book Fair next week signing copies of his new book, The 1960s: Photographed by David Hurn and talking about his iconic work from this period.

A true master of his art, Hurn’s 1960s encompassed Hollywood screen idols and East End sun-seekers; headline news, alongside rituals unchanged for centuries. Includes The Beatles, James Bond, Barbarella to photoessays from the streets of New York, the London Soho scene and the Isle of Wight Festival.

This is one Frankfurt stand visit that is not to be missed.

Frankfurt Book Fair

Hall 4.1, Stand L99
15 October, 2-3pm