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Film: Issue 2
Edited by Agata Stoinska and Monika Chmielarz 

Contributors Gregory CrewdsonPatrycja OrzechowskaDamien PeyretJanne LehtinenAneta GrzeszykowskaMartin BogrenAgata StoinskaVincent GodeauSam Taylor WoodEllen KooiConor HorganPatrick RedmondStephan ZaubitzerRudy Ramos and David Flood


Edition of 1000
44 Pages
380 x 290
ISSN 2009339X

There has always been—and always will be—a unique and complex relationship between the moving and the still image. Like film, photography grants the artist permission to create a new reality, to compose a visual narrative for its viewers to become lost in. so when the opportunity arose to work in collaboration with the Jameson Dublin international film festival, we jumped at the chance. our second issue celebrates work inspired by film and cinema in all its guises.

Issue 02 presents a portfolio of work that demonstrates not only the influence that film has on many photographers, but also the reciprocal visual discourse that exists between both mediums.

When it came to choosing our featured artist for this issue, we could think of no better photographer to illustrate filmic practises through a single image than Gregory Crewdson. Crewdson’s marvellous and sometimes unsettling depictions of contemporary American suburbia, his cinematic lighting, combined with his exquisite composition and attention to detail make his work a genuine visual treat.

About the Magazine

Blow photo is published and printed 3 times per year with a limit of only 1,000 editions, making the collection a rare possession for anyone interested in contemporary fine art photography.

Each edition reveals a unique photographic thematic narrative captured through the lens of some of the world’s most talented contemporary photographers. carefully selected and brought together by our editors,  this arrangement of a diverse group of artists – acclaimed and emerging, plays a vital role in revealing the story envisioned by blow. the themes may be familiar, but the visual stories they tell are unique.

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