Monthly Archives: June 2015

Library Reader Resources Series #8 (Additions) WAR

In the past fifteen years, there have been a few major changes to how Western photography is contextualized. A new era of war photography in the twenty first century has begun, and it is a large departure from its roots. … Continue reading

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A Bibliography for Working Artists

For all you graduating students, here is a useful bibliography complied by our summer intern, Sadie Hope-Gund. Vocational Guidance for Artists Art-work: Everything You Need to Know (and Do) As You Pursue your Art Career, by Heather Darcy Bhandari. (Free … Continue reading

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Mary Ellen Mark

For as long as I have been interested in photography, I have always been fascinated by photojournalism. The pictures that are seen all over the world on the cover of newspapers are the ones specifically made to elicit deliberate reactions … Continue reading

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