Early 1900s street photography from London, documentation of Covid structures and more in the new OSMOS
The latest issue of OSMOS Magazine features a cover by James Barth; an essay by contributing editor Tom McDonough; John Menick on Camel Collective; Christian Rattemeyer on Santiago de Paoli; a story on Patrick Killoran's documentation of Covid structures; Edward Lindley Sambourne's early 1900s London street photography; and a very special feature with Aboriginal Australian conceptual artist and activist Richard Bell about his work for Documenta 15.
Founder and editor of OSMOS Magazine Cay Sophie Rabinowitz describes the publication as "an art magazine about the use and abuse of photography." OSMOS Magazine is the only periodical publication in the market combining curatorial and art-historical perspectives with portfolios, photo narratives and reportage.
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