Prefix Photo is an engaging magazine dedicated to contemporary photography and related arts. Characterized by innovative design and outstanding production values, Prefix Photo consists primarily of portfolio and essay sections, providing a complement of intelligent texts and breath-taking visuals. These features are accompanied by newsbriefs which provide information and opportunities for professional photographers, including new technological developments.
Each issue of Prefix Photo presents the work of Canadian photographers, both emerging and established, alongside that of their international counterparts. But Prefix Photo is not restricted to images conventionally considered to be “photographic”; its mandate encompasses film, video and digital art. Whether photographic or photo-based, photocollage or photocopied, photogravure or photogram, Prefix Photo seeks to represent the breadth of practices and concepts, old, new, or as yet unimagined, which surround the transformation of light into image. Prefix Photo creates a space in which the notion of photography is open to infinite possibilities of change, development and growth — where photography is, in a sense, “prefixed.”
Issue 32 features essays by Matthew Ryan Smith and Noa Bronstein; an interview with Bambitchell and Morehshin Allahyari; a literary feature by Fan Wu; portfolios by Kevin Day, Josephine Pryde, Michael Wolf, Suzy Lake, Sara Cwynar, Krista Belle Strewart, Renée Green, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Morehshin Allahyari, and Isabel M. Martinez; book reviews and more.
English with French summaries.
Perfect-bound, softcover, b&w and colour.