Photographer Jonas Bendiksen describes himself as “a man of little faith.” His latest project The Last Testament, a years-long exploration of the lives of seven self-proclaimed Messiahs around the world who claim to be the second coming of Christ, will resonate with doubters and the spiritually curious alike. But what about believers?
In a world inundated by visual imagery, our ability to take in more than one image at a time has become innate. In fact, our attention span demands it. Three, a book of triptychs by acclaimed photographer Ed Kashi, plays on the visual appetite of a hectic world. These triptychs span eras and continents, challenging our notions of perspective and the individual image.