Huck - Issue 72
Huck is a bi-monthly magazine recognised for exploring youth, trends, subculture, and activism. A visually compelling magazine with great articles and interesting stories about those on the periphery.
Issue 72 is the Documentary Photography Special VII exploring how home is both a physical and imagined space, engaging with it as a state and place of belonging. You'll find an article on the age of movement and how that translates to displacement as a consequence of conflict and climate change, an exploration into Alexia Webster's work setting up public studios for anyone to pose for a portrait, and Mark Neville, who makes work that actively serves the community he captures. A lot to think about in this one!
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