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Small Town Inertia

The Small Town Inertia issue presents photographers working across a wide spectrum of approaches, at very different points in their careers. Common to all, however, is an implicit evocation that the personal is very much political.

The issue features:
• Mari Katayama transforms her disability into a source for creative experimentation
• Graciela Iturbide celebrates the rich diversity of daily life in her Mexican homeland, rejecting stereotypes in photographs taken over half a century
• Matthew Genitempo draws on the shadow of President Trump as he captures the remote forestlands of the Ozarks 
• Jim Mortram gives voice to the isolated and vulnerable as he explores the impact of austerity in Britain’s townsi