Andres Serrano,
A History of Sex, 1996






























David Bate, Zone, 2001

























Stephen Hughes,
Sunderland, England, 1998

Catherine Yass, Star:Karisma Kapoor, 2000

Catherine Yass, Capital, 2000


In this issue we feature Catherine Yass's new series of portraits of Bollywood film stars and cinemas; lightboxes flooded with fantastic colour. We publish four portfolios on the subject of landscape - Naoya Hatakeyama's Slow Glass are photographs of the urban landscape through the focus of raindrops on glass; in ZONE, David Bate pursues issues of national identity which explore the dislocations of old boundaries and certainties in post-Soviet Europe; Stephen Hughes' images of the peripheries of cities throughout Europe are atmospheric non-places; and Kate Gray photographs of real landscapes and objects, recognisable in their component parts, but which question presumptions about logic.

Paul Hodgson, Reluctant Creator, 2000


Martin Parr's new project deals with the culture of the mobile phone - Ian Jeffrey looks back over the career of one of the UK's most prolific photographers. Stella Santacatterina discussed recent film and video installations by Jane and Louise Wilson. We present Susan Derges' images of the processes of transformation and distillation, from a residency at the Museum of the History of Science, and new work by Paul Hodgson, Christina Kolaiti, Lucy Levene, and Claire Wheeldon.

Kate Gray, Mission, 2000



Catherine Yass Star and Cinema
Seeing Stars by Jean Wainwright

Naoya Hatakeyama Soft Glass
On the Line by Charlotte Cotton

Stephen Hughes Photographs
Apparitions from the Diminishing Present by David Chandler

Kate Gray Photographs

David Bate Zone
Places of Memories, Places to Change by Katrin Kivimaa

Paul Hodgson Reluctant Creator
Essay by Morgan Falconer

Christina Kolaiti Self Portrait
A Certain Self Control by Jane Brettle

Susan Derges Natural Magic
Essay by Celia Joicey

Jane and Louse Wilson
Occluded Aperture by Stella Santacatterina

Martin Parr The Phone Project
Figures and Fragments by Ian Jeffrey

Claire Wheeldon Childhood Institutions

Lucy Levene Marrying In (Please God by You)

Christina Kolaiti, Self Portrait, 2001



Andres Serrano Placing Time and Evil
Review by Mark Durden

Dayanita Singh Empty Spaces
Review by Roy Exley

The Beautiful and the Damned
Review by Amanda Hopkinson

Contemporary Art in Sheffield
Review by Ruth Charity

Richard Wentworth and Eugéne Atget: Faux Amis
Review by David Green

Jane and Louise Wilson, Skarfaundry, 2000 (Star City)

Naoya Hatakeyama, Slow Glass #051, 2001







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Susan Derges,
Distillatio, 2001
















Martin Parr,
The Phone Project,





































Lucy Levene,
Marrying In
(Please God by You),

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