Featuring photographs and commentary by: Stan Gaz, Sharon Harper and Phillip Scott Andrews. This selection of portfolios is pulled from Issue 9, offering a taste of what's in Daylight Magazine's most recent print edition.
In her portrait series The Brothers, Elin Hoyland captures intimate moments shared by Harald and Mathias who have lived together on a small farm in Norway throughout their entire lives. At once a moving testament to familial togetherness and a documentation of a fading way of life, Elin's photographs evidence an incredible sense of belonging and routine the brothers savored.
With a rich history stretching back over a millennium, Cairo has become one of the densest urban centers in the world and the largest metropolitan area in Africa. In this podcast, photographer Jason Larkin highlights new construction in Cairo's desert outskirts. These satellite cities and private gated communities aim to provide exclusive isolation for the city's elite while over 40% of Egyptians live on less than two dollars per day.
In his series Rooftop, Brad Temkin documents the growing trend of green roofs and rooftop gardens all over the world. These large-format elevated landscapes serve as important markers of the cultural shift towards sustainable design. In addition to commentary by the artist, this podcast features an interview with Katherine Ware, Curator of Photography at the New Mexico Museum of Art, and musical accompaniment by the Grateful Dead.
In offSET Lacey Terrell turns her camera away from the action on the film sets she is documenting towards the spaces where the artifice of movie making and the real intermingle. Lacey explores the subliminal spaces between and behind the scenes to find her own mysteriousslivers of narrative that highlight the overlooked, the unexpected, and the poetic. Music by Thievery Corporation.
Jon Edwards photographs the simplicity and beauty of those living in agrarian life by focusing on the places they inhabit and the relationships they build within their communities. Daylight is proud to present photographs from Edwards' project 'A Life' of John Ryan whose quiet labor has afforded him an admirable, elegant and at times, trying co-existance with his surroundings and place in time.