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“Over its one hundred and seventy year history, there was a finite period in which photography carried the weight of events and defined what an event was. In its first several decades the medium was slow and cumbersome both in… Continue reading
Although from certain angles at a number of points it’s difficult to see the actual images to which Misrach is referring in this talk, a great number can be seen very clearly, and he is a concise, clear, generous spokesperson… Continue reading
This set of short lectures and longer talk was delivered in March of this year at The New School at Parson’s in New York, and was part of their two day conference entitled “The Photographic Universe“. A previous lecture involving… Continue reading
This is a thoughtful, flexible discussion between Charlotte Cotton, formerly head of the photography department at LACMA, and graphic designer and sometime collaborator David Reinfurt, about the fluidity of the practice and concept of photography.
The photographer Guy Tillim, perhaps more widely known and considered as a photojournalist than a documentary photographer, here gives a brief but thoughtful, frank and intelligent talk about his development as a photographer and the decision-making that informed the way… Continue reading
Below is a thoughtful, incisive, wide-ranging and I think relevant reading given in mid-February of this year by Susie Linfield on the moralising imprecations persistently levelled at photographic images of suffering, and photography’s strategies of resistance. Linfield is professor at… Continue reading