Isaac Muk

Exploring the football fanatic culture of the Middle East
Outdoors

Exploring the football fanatic culture of the Middle East

New photo book ‘Football كرة القدم’ draws together pictures from over a dozen photographers to explore the region’s vibrant football culture.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Behind surfer Tony Caramanico’s vibrant journal art
Photography

Behind surfer Tony Caramanico’s vibrant journal art

A new book chronicles almost half a century of the legendary east coast surfer’s diary entries.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Documenting the marginalised Portuguese community fighting for livable housing
Photography

Documenting the marginalised Portuguese community fighting for livable housing

After a chance covid-era assignment sent him to Lisbon’s Bairro da Jamaica, photographer José Sarmeto Matos spent years documenting the families campaigning towards hospitable homes.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Decades of documenting US skateboard culture from a woman’s perspective
Photography

Decades of documenting US skateboard culture from a woman’s perspective

In her new book, Fulfill the Dream, photographer Magdalena Wosinska reflects on her journey through skate culture from the 90s to present day.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Exploring Yemen’s rich, historic culinary culture
Photography

Exploring Yemen’s rich, historic culinary culture

Newly published book ‘Bittersweet: A Story of Food and Yemen’ looks at the food and humanity of region whose narrative is so often dominated by conflict.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Photos documenting a lost 1970s fishing community in Hull
Photography

Photos documenting a lost 1970s fishing community in Hull

For almost two decades, photographer Alec Gill made pictures of Hessle Road’s vibrant community, in the face of a declining trawling industry and regeneration programmes.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Memories of San Francisco’s 1990s radical lesbian scene
Photography

Memories of San Francisco’s 1990s radical lesbian scene

In her new photo book ‘ Renegades, San Francisco: The 1990s’ Chloe Sherman documents queer resistance and joy.

Written by: Isaac Muk

A resilient, human vision of warzones around the world
Photography

A resilient, human vision of warzones around the world

Photojournalist Gabriele Micalizzi’s new exhibition, ‘A Kind of Beauty’, examines over a decade of conflicts and the overlooked stories of people at the centre of them.

Written by: Isaac Muk

In photos: 35 years of British working class photography
Photography

In photos: 35 years of British working class photography

A new Hayward Gallery Touring exhibition, ‘After the End of History: British Working Class Photography’ curated by Johny Pitts pulls together the work of two dozen working class photographers across the country.

Written by: Isaac Muk

Erin Axelman: ‘Ignorance keeps the pro-Israel narrative alive’
Activism

Erin Axelman: ‘Ignorance keeps the pro-Israel narrative alive’

The Israelism director talks about the film’s morphing impact, Israel’s colonialism, and being accused of being anti-semitic.

Written by: Isaac Muk

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