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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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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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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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Interview with photographer Jena Love

  While reviewing the work online for one of our featured photographers in Issue #111, Jena Love, I immediately recalled one of her images. Love’s self-portrait is included in F-Stop Magazine Issue #106. It made me smile. As a parent, I could easily relate to the scene she presents. Her self-portrait dovetails nicely into the
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Interview with photographer Olya Pegova

F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? Olya Pegova: I took up photography not so long ago, about four years ago. Now it seems to me that I wanted to do it all my life, but for some reason I
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Interview with photographer Chung-Wai Wong

Chung-Wai Wong’s project, So Long Hong Kong, So Long, captures the enhanced sense of powerlessness and loss of hope in Hong Kong at a time of transition, discovery and reflection. Wong’s work is amongst the featured artists in this issue’s ‘Portfolio’ exhibition, and we had the opportunity to explore ideas behind his heartfelt farewell to
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Interview with photographer Debe Arlook

F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? Debe Arlook: You know the board game, LIFE? I loved getting the artist career but knew it came along with the starving artist tagline. My Dad always had cameras with him, documenting family
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Interview with photographer Camille Mazier

F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? Camille Mazier: My parents always surrounded me with art books and took me to exhibitions. They were both teachers, and very interested in images, their meanings, and how we can create an image.
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Interview with photographer Ela Kurowska

F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? Ela Kurowska: I am a photographer and a scientist. Before I started my adventure with camera, I worked for over 20 years as a biochemist with a PhD degree, doing research at university
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Interview with photographer Michael Young

Michael Young’s work in his ‘Hidden Glances’ series is a visual exploration of his past and present. The viewer literally, and metaphorically, is viewing overlapping layers of time and identity placed into a single new plane of existence. What if we all could fold time and reflect upon who we were and who we’ve become?
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