Huck's annual celebration of visual storytelling reaches its 7th volume and puts the spotlight on the photographers capturing the idea of home it in all of its wildly different guises.
A wonderful and diverse collection of contemporary documentary photography, bringing us everything from lived life in the Ozark Mountains to the travelling public studio where anyone can pose for a portrait.
Huck salutes independence, heralds DIY principles and embraces grassroots counter-culture, whether that be in the spheres of music, fashion, travel, art, or... anything else that comes its way. Sharp, fierce, and informative.
The water damaged prints of Gideon Mendel, which had captured the brutal years of apartheid, re-evaluated in a new light.