HotShoe contemporary photography magazine NEW issue out now with Rimaldas Viksraitis, Melanie Manchot and Stanley Greene

The new issue of bimonthly photo magazine HotShoe magazine is out now. The February/March issue includes an interview with Lithuanian photographer and last year’s Arles Discovery winner Rimaldas Viksraitis, a feature on visual artist Melanie Manchot, whose show Celebration is at the Whitechapel Gallery in London until 14 March, as well as a review of legendary documentary photographer, Stanley Greene’s new book, Black Passport.

Follow the links below to view a PDF of the cover and contents pages or above as a page-turning version. If you select View Mode: Book, you will then be able to turn over the pages whenever you see the cursor change to a hand. You can zoom in and out also.

HotShoe International Feb-Mar 2010

7 responses to “HotShoe contemporary photography magazine NEW issue out now with Rimaldas Viksraitis, Melanie Manchot and Stanley Greene

  1. Hi there,
    this cover looks really weird with the funny tiny text on the img. good content though!
    Suexx

    • I’ll pass that comment on, does the writing on the photo put you off, as well as the size of the text? Both things? Good to know how people respond, thanks Miranda

    • Sue, I wonder if you have seen the magazine? It is A5 in size, so it is half the size of many other mags. If you want, I can send you a copy and you can give me feedback, I’d be interested to hear what else you think. Let me know. Send an email with your address to miranda@mirandagavin.com and I can ask for a copy to be posted to you, Miranda

  2. Hey i am interested in reading the article on robert friend. any idea where i can find it?

  3. Hi how much does it cost to subscribe to hotshoe for a year?

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