Exposure: Vasantha Yogananthan

Art Director Gem Fletcher introduces us to the work of Franco-Tamil photographer Vasantha Yogananthan who has been travelling the length of India to create A Myth of Two Souls, a project inspired by epic poem The Ramayana

How We Met: Toiletpaper

Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari’s biannual art magazine is much loved by the creative world for its seductively surreal imagery. We speak to the duo about the decision to set up shop together, and why a typical Toiletpaper shoot could be compared to an orgy

Starting over: Photojournalist Marcus Bleasdale

Documenting the horrors of war for the likes of National Geographic couldn’t seem further from the photojournalist’s previous life as a banker. He discusses the moment he hit breaking point, and why his two careers have more in common than you might think

My breakthrough moment: Lauren Greenfield

After struggling to find her feet as a photojournalist, Lauren Greenfield returned to her native Los Angeles to document the city’s teens. Here, she explains how going back to her roots helped her find her voice

My breakthrough moment: Hassan Hajjaj

The Moroccan-born, British-based artist’s work examines being caught between two cultures, and mixes Western and Arabic influences. Here, he reflects on one of his first professional photos, and how it took on a life of its own post-9/11


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