In Ep.6 of Thought Pieces, writer, editor, and curator Lou Stoppard discusses the incredible – and much overlooked – work of Shirley Baker, considering her place in the male-dominated history of photography, together with the compassionate and attentive ways in which she captured everyday life in Salford, London, and beyond.
In the first of this brand new podcast from MACK, poet Eileen Myles reads their essay 'Vanishing,' which was published in 'The Shabbiness of Beauty' by Moyra Davey and Peter Hujar. Having pasted photographs by Davey and Hujar on the walls of their New York City apartment, Myles begins an exploratory piece that spans the unrelenting passing of time, the remarkable visual dialogue between these two artists and their shared visual language.