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Author:Fred Ritchin
  After Photography by Fred Ritchin   Photography as we have understood it until now, is coming to an end, and with it, a means of representing human beings. The new technologies that make it possible to produce images have overcome...
Monday, 15 August 2011 | Read more
Author:Clement Cheroux
  Interview with Clément Chéroux by Daniel Escorza in Mexico City on November 30, 2009. Translation by Yael Weiss.     Daniel Escorza. (DER).- The translation into Spanish of the Brief History of Photographic Mistakes has been a...
Friday, 22 July 2011 | Read more
Author:Michel Frizot
The Photographic Imaginary by Michel Frizot by Daniel Escorza   All images, particularly photographic ones, require an explanation, a reflection on their origin and the social function they have had throughout their existence. The...
Friday, 22 July 2011 | Read more
Author:Hans Durrer
    "This lively and idiosyncratic collection of writings from the diverse thinkings about photography will bring encouragement and insight to all of those engaged in lens-based media in the twenty-first century. From the early...
Thursday, 29 October 2009 | Read more
Author:Hans Durrer
      “Award-winning photographer and Washington Post columnist Frank Van Riper assembles a collection of his most outstanding popular columns to delight readers with a treasure chest of photographic insights” one reads on the back...
Monday, 25 May 2009 | Read more
Author:Irene Méndez and Mariana Espinoza
  We are glad to review this book, which, in a practical and simple way, presents how to use images and their power of visual communication in both your company and everyday life. Going Visual is a timely publication in which you can find...
Monday, 02 June 2008 | Read more
Author:Mariana Gruener
  Perhaps you are of the likes of Katrin Eissman, who realized that she could not get all she wanted to express with a single camera shot and decided to make image composites. She started out cutting photos with her scissors, put them together...
Friday, 01 June 2007 | Read more
Author:Mariana Gruener
  On the introduction of this book we read: “Our photographs contain our memories and our legacy, they connect us to our family and friends. Even if they are cracked, yellowed or damaged, we don’t throw them away. No matter how tattered...
Thursday, 31 May 2007 | Read more
Author:Vesta Mónica Herrerías
    Whenever the Magnum agency is mentioned, the names of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa and David Seymour immediately stand out among the founding members list. However, there is another founding member that -perhaps because of his...
Wednesday, 30 May 2007 | Read more
Author:Doifel Videla
  I     THE PROJECTED OPTICAL IMAGE   In December 2001, an eventful conference was held in New York, crowning two years of intense research during which the painter David Hockney collected evidence to prove the thesis that the...
Tuesday, 29 May 2007 | Read more
Author:Trisha Ziff
Crossing Over, the recently published book by Ruben Martinez, from Metropolitan Books (Henry Holt and Company New York), is perhaps now a more relevant read than ever as the events of September 11th have spawned a new fervour of U.S. Jingoism....
Monday, 28 May 2007 | Read more
Author:Pedro Meyer
  One of the problems that I get to hear most often, has to do with training. If someone states that they are interested in learning how to work digitally in photography then "what school do you recommend ?" is the next question that always...
Sunday, 27 May 2007 | Read more
Author:Trisha Ziff
  There is something about Daily Report, which draws me to return to it. A book as the title indicates of images taken each day during the last year of the millennium by French photographer Frank Horvat; a visual diary. It is not as though...
Saturday, 26 May 2007 | Read more
Author:Nell Farrell
  I slept well last night, cozy and warm in the silence and pure darkness. For breakfast I had hot coffee and sweet bread, sitting in the sun. But I feel hungover, tired, used and abused.   I feel like my body has been handled by fat,...
Friday, 25 May 2007 | Read more
Author:Nell Farrell
  Geeks: How Two Lost Boys Rode the Internet out of Idaho By Jon Katz (Villard Books, 2000) This book will make you wish you'd paid your dues while there was still time. Like learning a foreign language or musical instrument, becoming a...
Thursday, 24 May 2007 | Read more
Author:Nell Farrell
A movie based on a novel, a written description of a photograph, a painting reproduced in a gallery in cyberspace. This is remediation. One media grows out of another, creating an entangled vine. None exists or even makes sense without those...
Wednesday, 23 May 2007 | Read more
Author:Nubar Alexanian
  Weighing in at just under 5 pounds, the physical characteristics of Chaos (Phaidon Press), Josef Koudelka's latest book, are by themselves worthy of comment. At 110 pages, the book is 12 by 17 inches long, filled with panorama images...
Tuesday, 22 May 2007 | Read more
Author:Nubar Alexanian
  Six years. Thirty five countries. Three hundred sixty three photographs in one book. Eighty three photographs in a companion book. One hundred thousand copies published each in six languages. Sixteen exhibitions. One photographer. ...
Tuesday, 22 May 2007 | Read more
Author:Nubar Alexanian
  In the foreword of Sylvia Plachy's new book, Signs & Relics, Wim Wenders writes: "Whoever came up first with that saying 'a picture is worth a thousand words' didn't understand the first thing about either one." He goes on to describe a...
Tuesday, 22 May 2007 | Read more

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