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A FAMILIAR FACE

Find yourself in Leo, the series by renowned Norwegian photographer Per Maning, taken during the last three years of his dog’s life.

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AS ABOVE, SO BELOW

Tony Maher’s photo series Mermaids dunks its viewer underwater, forcing them to see things in a different light.

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INTO THE FOLD

These folded artworks aren’t quite dog origami, but they come close.

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EVERY MAN AND HIS DOG

Art reflects life in painter Etoffe’s charming series Lui et Son Chien, currently being exhibited by Seoul-based design group Howlpot.

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TIES THAT BIND

In his black and white dual portrait series, Dogs Among Us, photographer Robert Kalman pointed his lens towards the deep, reciprocal relationships between people and their dogs. On show at SohoPhoto until 1st October.

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ARCHIVE: WILD THINGS

Matt Furie’s art is inhabited by monsters, aliens, and dogs with goofy eyes and big tongues.

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DOGS ARE THE BEST PEOPLE

Up close, it’s hard to tell if Jack Mears’ ceramic sculptures are dogs or humans.

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THROUGH THE FOG

Joey the Springer Spaniel cautiously explores Woodburn, an almost completely dead forest, in Matthew Gordon’s photographic essay.

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ARCHIVE: GIRL, INTERRUPTED

Hellen van Meene’s nostalgic portraits of girls and dogs capture the elegance and awkwardness of youth.

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THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY

Faye Moorhouse believes the uglier the better when it comes to dog illustrations.

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