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Removing Suicide as the Filter for Experiencing Francesca Woodman’s Photography

Francesca Woodman, untitled photograph (circa 1975-1978), gelatin silver print (courtesy George Lange © Estate of Francesca Woodman / Charles Woodman / Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York)

From an uncovered box of photographs and ephemera, a portrayal of Francesca Woodman emerges that sheds new light on the enigmatic photographer.

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Home – Ethical photography for social change | PhotoVoice

PhotoVoice is a UK charity that uses ethical photography to promote positive social change. We also provide photography training and consultancy.

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“A way of shutting my eyes”: Reflections on the Photographic Turn in Recent Literary Memoirs | 3 Quarks Daily

by Rafaël Newman For Fred Weinstein “What is hidden is for us Westerners more ‘true’ than what is visible,” Roland Barthes proposed, in Camera Lucida, his phenomenology of the photograph, almost forty years ago. In the decades since, the internet, nanotechnology, and viral marketing have challenged his privileging of the unseen over the seen by…

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A Longhouse Birdhouse: ROBERT FRANK ~

1924 (Zurich) ~ 2019 (Nova Scotia)

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Shared Space: A New Era | Photographs from the Bank of America Collection – University of Saint Joseph – 9.13 through 12.15.2019

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Artists: Hans Aarsman, Olivo Barbieri, Wout Berger, Edward Burtynsky, Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Ken Fandell, Günther Förg. Ben Gest, Andreas Gursky, Barbara Klemm, Bertien van Manen, Shirin Neshat, Thomas Ruff, Tokihiro Satō, Raghubir Singh, Beat Streuli, Thomas Struth, Sze Tsung, Nicolás Leong, and Massimo Vitali.

Shared Space: A New Era | International Photographers

Dora Maar, More than a Surrealist Muse

Dora Maar, “Assia” (1934) (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic unless otherwise noted)

The Centre Pompidou’s Dora Maar honors Picasso’s famous muse for the pivotal part she clearly, and often daringly, played in the establishment of the European avant-garde.

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Cindy Sherman and Catherine Opie Unveil a Joint Project of Wearable Art

Cindy Sherman, “Spa“ pendant

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