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Mono - Call for Entry

Following the success of their black and white book MONO Volume 1, Gomma now has a call for entries for Volume 2. 

New Crisis Photography: An Interview with Enri Canaj

The work of Greek-Albanian photographer Enri Canaj (b. 1980) shows grim scenes, while his photos never look harsh.

The Weekend Show presents Remon van den Kommer

From 16 – 18 January the three day photography event The Weekend Show will be held in the grounds of the FOTOfactory.

The Weekend Show presents Roel Brekelmans

The FOTOfactory hosts a three day photography event starting January 16.

Paris Photo 2014

The 18th edition of Paris Photo will be held from November 13th until the 16th at the Grand Palais, Paris. 

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Magic x GUP

The winners from New 2015 have been chosen.

ISSP International Masterclass - Call for applications

The ISSP International Masterclass is a year long practicebased education and networking programme designed for emerging photographers

Czech Collective Restraint: An Interview with MOPA Curator Chantel Paul

Four decades of Czech photography are on display at the Museum of Photographic Arts in California, highlighting work from artists such as Josef Sudek, Jaroslav Rössler, Emila Medková and Vilém Reichmann. Covering the 1930s to 1960s, the period is interesting both politically as well as artistically. We spoke with MOPA’s assistant curator Chantel Paul about history in photographs, experimentation and the importance of collectives.

Editorial Intern Wanted for Spring 2015

GUP magazine is looking for an editorial intern to strengthen our team from the start of 2015.

An Interview with Sophie Green

London-based Sophie Green has found and photographed people who share her name from all over England, collecting the results in her on-going project entitled ‘I am Sophie Green’. Intrigued by this inherent connection, and with a curiosity about the lives of the other Sophie Greens, she shot a series of enigmatic portraits. The project started in December 2011 and, so far, Green has photographed 20 Sophies she found over the internet, also including her own self-portrait in the series. We spoke with her about the hunt of Sophie’s, her experience of meeting them and the fascination a person with the same name carries.