Long one of the world’s most tragic perpetual war zones, the Eastern Mediterranean island of Cyprus was divided into two sections in the 1970s: the Turkish-occupied north is Moslem, and the Greek south is Greek Orthodox.
Since 1982 Günther Förg has devoted himself to large format photography alongside the paintings he is best known for.
I Am – Paradox Identity
Photographer Ilse Frech produces an innovative, unbound folio that gives a larger-than-life view of dozens of young Muslim women who live in the outer suburbs of Paris.
[Manzanar] Architecture Double
A richly illustrated display of history, memory, and the contingencies of remembrance.