This is the second time I review dienacht here on the Sunday Zine Review. Last February, I wrote about the magazine's 12th issue and today I'm talking about their latest issue, which has been released one month later than usual but that has been definitely worth waiting for.
For those of you who haven't heard about dienacht, it is mainly a photography magazine although there's also space for illustrators and graphic designers. Each issue usually features the work and series of a selection of artists coming from very different photography genres, a couple of graphic design and illustration portfolio showcases and a final section with zines, books and magazines reviews.
Issue 13th features the work of New York-based photographer Chad Moore, whose book "Between Us" I reviewed here last year. It also showcases the series "Nature Morte" by Ingar Krauss, the nocturnal landscapes of Daisuke Yokota, Francesco Merlini's black and white work, Verena Brandt's daily life images and Johan Bäuman's Albino project amongst other features.
dienacht 13 is a limited edition of 1,000 copies and is available at the magazine's online shop.
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