PGZ, a Brexit edition

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PGZ, a Brexit edition

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Photograd’s first downloadable zine.

This Brexit edition of PGZ supports a number of photography graduates who have studied in the UK on a BA or MA course. These photographers have been given the opportunity here to showcase work made around the theme of Brexit under the current climate in the UK. Select photographers have been interviewed by professionals within the industry for this edition.

With a wide array of subject matter, this zine brings to the forefront current situations and opinions across the UK amidst our controversial decision to leave the European Union. Both positive and negative stories presented here give readers the opportunity to consider and reflect, make changes and move forward.

Supporting the production of this zine by selecting work, assisting with the curation, or conducting interviews are Joanne Coates, Hanna-Katrina Jedrosz, Tom Coleman, Chloe Juno, and Brendan Barry.

Featuring work by Bridie Lewis, Kat Dlugosz, Lorenza Demata, Luke Archer, Tory Ho, Deividas Buivydas, Jordan Turnbull, Jakub Junek, Matt MacPake, Tony Fitzsimmons, Rebecca Sperini, Norman Behrendt, Sam Burton, and Steven Holmes.

Read more about this zine and featured work here.

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Downloadable version only consisting of 14 photographers work and 4 interviews with industry experts. 57 pages in total and 89 images.

Managed, coordinated, and designed by Melissa Belton.

Photograd has plans to release a second volume of this Brexit zine later in 2019 with a possible printed edition to follow.