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  • 120 pages 
  • 25cm x 21cm 
  • Published in London, 2017 

Would you right or left swipe me? The fourth issue of Splash & Grab investigates intimacy in photography and what it means in the modern context. Created by five young graduates with the aim of promoting emerging photographic talent around the world, it’s a brilliant selection of unexpected imagery that you almost certainly wouldn’t have otherwise come across.


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In this issue:


  • The metal structure on the cover, captioned with the average height of adult women and men, is from Budapest photographer Gábor Arion Kudász’s project ‘Human’, an investigation into how the human scale can be considered in the paradigm of Eastern European brick factories
  • Lewis Khan travelled to Poland – following a conversation with a girl he met on the Tube – in order to photograph a Krakow-based Florence + The Machine fan club
  • Interview with Molly Matalon, who is fast becoming one of the United States’ most exciting and in demand photographers for her sensitive portraits of her male friends
  • The Overlook, Looked Over is a curated, single-image section, in which the editors select their favourite photographs that examine the intimacy of photography
  • Emma Bowkett looks at the magical photography of Polish photographer Kaja Rata
  • And Jim Campbell investigates the creative condition that Juno Calypso calls ‘inevitable funk’
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