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Barbara Hammer @ Ratio 3


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Reaching for Dawn by Elliott Verdier

Liberia’s population generally does not speak of the bloody civil war which took place from 1989-2003. No proper memorial has been built, no day is dedicated to the commemoration of the brutal conflict. The country largely refuses to officially condemn its perpetrators, which hinders the collective healing process, and possibility of social recognition of the
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Working Together @ The Getty


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Kambua Chema & Suzanne Metzel @ Perspective Gallery


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PHOTO ZINE AND BOOK FAIR JULY 24, 2022 12PM-5PM @ Photographic Center Northwest


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Interview with photographer Xuemeng Zhang

F-Stop Magazine: The current issue of F-Stop Magazine includes images from your project “Other Rooms,” can you tell us about this project? Xuemeng Zhang: This project developed as I noticed our digital presence becoming equally important to our physical presence during the pandemic, with the rapid development of digital tools. The shift from the physical
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Book Review: Conversations with Dad by Carissa Dorson

The story of a daughter and her father building a closer relationship through their shared passion for photography  I’m personally at a time in my life when my oldest child, Alison, is graduating college this month –  and I can’t help but wax nostalgic. Conversations With Dad by Carissa Dorson is the salve for the
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Interview with photographer David Ricci

David Ricci is a Massachusetts based photographer whose work is featured in Issue #112 – Amusement.  Ricci has exhibited widely including solo exhibitions at the Fogg Museum at Harvard, Art Complex Museum, Berkshire Museum, Iris Gallery, Panopticon Gallery, UMASS-Amherst and Brown University and group exhibitions at the DeCordova, Danforth and Fleming Museums and at Rosenberg+Kaufman
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Book Review: Sleeping Beauty by Lydia Panas

The first line of the press release for Sleeping Beauty by Lydia Panas states: “Portraits of women and girls intertwined with the photographer’s gaze, in a rare subversion of photography’s power relations.” Panas is no stranger to subverting the power relationship (of photography’s male dominated history, we presume) as her work in The Mark of Abel,
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Cover of the book I Saw the Air Fly

BOOK REVIEW: I Saw The Air Fly by Sirkhane Darkroom

Mardin is a city in southeastern Turkey, capital of the province of the same name. The Syrian territory opens up to the south of the province of Mardin. Its population is very heterogeneous and includes Arabs, Assyrians and Kurds. But above all refugees from the nearby war zones of Armenia, Iraq and, last in order
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