Interview: Adam Broomberg

One half of London-based duo Broomberg and Chanarin discusses his interpretation of contemporary war photography

Photography isn’t a practice that’s conducive to duos; in fact, from a more general perspective, most contemporary visual artists are solitary figures. Thus, the story of duo Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin is a slightly peculiar yet significant one. Together—through their photography—they provoke political and social questions that many are too content or afraid to ask. And, while recognizing its limitations at the same time, …

Victory Journal: The Greatest

Cassius Clay's marvelous mouth, Argentina's Boca Juniors and Tokyo batting cages in the new issue

The fourth iteration of Victory Journal—a sports publication born out of creative agency Doubleday & Cartwright—focuses squarely on Muhammad Ali. With a cover image of the Champ by Thomas Hoepker, “The Greatest” is a large format newsprint issue that commands a hefty presence. The journal is dedicated to sports outside of statistics and injury reports—telling timeless stories in words and images. Stories range from a …

Narrative.ly

Local NYC storytelling in a new web outlet for long-form journalism

Dedicated to long-form, local human-interest journalism based around NYC, the web-based publication, Narrative.ly marks a sign of changing times for the medium, where the rift between breaking content and meditated stories is causing outlets to choose sides. As Narratively founder Noah Rosenberg explains, the site is essentially about storytelling. His career—ranging from TV production to editing and freelance reporting—has given him the list of journalistic …