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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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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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Daido Moriyama’s Two Cities

When I had first looked at Moriyama’s Okinawa it was to photograph the cover of the book on the ICP copy-stand. The clear, black and white contrast on the cover led me to quickly flip through the book before deeply … Continue reading

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The Experiment: What is Hungarian Photographic Art

Please Join Us at the International Center of Photography Library Thursday August 7 2014, 6:00-8:00 pm to celebrate The Experiment: What is Hungarian Photographic Art Organized by Shandor Hassan in honor of the life and work of Gabor Kerekes (1945-2014) … Continue reading

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Bernard Yenelouis on Found Photos in Detroit

Arianna Arcara’s & Luca Santese’s Found Photos in Detroit is a collection of damaged Polaroids, snapshots and forensic images collected by the authors in Detroit. The poor condition of the images, the grime and wear kept intact in the scans … Continue reading

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A Prime Number of Photo Books for 2013

In lieu of the excess of photo books that appear now, I will limit my list for 2013 to items that animate my interests, rather than a hierarchy of quality. My interests for 2013 include: nineteenth century “hidden mothers”, war … Continue reading

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Neutral is the only gender that suits me best

Neutral is the only gender that suits me best (Claude Cahun) by Mike Fernandez And, No. I will follow the water in the air, the trail in the water, the mirage in the pupil…I wish to hunt myself down, to … Continue reading

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