Posts By: Andrea Kurland

Huck’s annual documentary photography exhibition is here

Every year Huck goes in search of outstanding documentary photography projects, then turns the spotlight on the photographers who brought them into this world. Photography is at the centre of everything we do – we live for beautiful images. But our real obsession is stories. And photographers are storytellers in their own right. In this… Read more »

Could this solve Montauk’s water crisis?

“Life on Long Island revolves around water,” says John Slattery in the opening moments of Mikey DeTemple’s latest documentary, Into The Sea. As a local resident, John should know. The health and happiness of this coastal community, buffering up to the Atlantic on one side and the city of New York on the other, is… Read more »

Amy Goodman’s fierce brand of independent journalism

Journalism’s ongoing state of crisis is still, scarily, in its infancy. As we flail around trying to figure out how to get heard – and paid – while publishing stories that matter, there’s always a beacon on the horizon when things fade to grey. Democracy Now!, a last bastion of ‘proper’ journalism – a place you can rely… Read more »

The Chinese photographers causing a stir in 2016

It’s no secret that China’s art market has experienced a boom in recent years, thanks in no small part to household names like Ai Wei Wei. But in the photography world, a new generation of talent is emerging and creating a statement of its own. Ever since China opened up and globalised its market, photography… Read more »

The Travel Diary: Uzbekistan’s man-made water crisis captured in beautiful stills

Uzbekistan is Central Asia’s most populous country, a one-party “democracy” for the last 26 years and one of only two double landlocked countries in the world.  I initially travelled to Uzbekistan on a journey to reach the Aral Sea, a mass of water that is rapidly receding as the result of one of the biggest… Read more »