We live in harsh times. Socially, economically and geologically, the world seems to be in conflict. To show strength and persistence, in awareness of the age that we live in, GUP hereby presents a selection of photography that reflects 'conflict' in the broadest sense of the word.
Our selection ranges from internal struggle (Jen Davis), divergence between age and task (arpad Kurucz), contrast in style (Richard Mosse) and chosen weapon (Dallaporta). Or, as in the vernacular images found by Ruben Joachim Terlou, all culminating into one. On top of this, we are happy to show a sneak preview of a new book by Antoine D’Agata and (re) introduction of notorious Larry Clark and his Tulsa (1971).
Cover Photo: Richard Mosse
Photographers included in this issue:
Jen Davis, Daria Tuminas, Arpad Kurucz, Andy Spyra, Antoine D'Agata, Raffael Waldner, Ruben Joachim Terlou, Raphael Dallaporta, Gijs Huijgen, Jörg Colberg, Larry Clark.
225 x 168mm