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176. Statement
Author:Bill Thomas
  Regarding his Installation in the Houston Artists Windows Project, which was Censored by Foley's     March 13, 2000 I was one of 17 Houston area artists invited by FotoFest 2000 to create artwork for a display window in Foley's...
Thursday, 16 March 2000 | Read more
Author:José Antonio Navarrete
  Part I - Part II In order to explain why the art of the media weighs so heavily in the field of contemporary art, a considerable number of reasons of a most varying nature would certainly need to be examined. Nevertheless, this is not...
Thursday, 09 March 2000 | Read more
Author:José Antonio Navarrete
  Part I - Part II A very widespread opinion held today in the field of art –and which fuels one of the most lively present day polemics – says that the art of the media, or more precisely, art through the media prevails in...
Wednesday, 08 March 2000 | Read more
Author:Pedro Hernández-Ramos
  Part I - Part II - Part III - Part IV So What's The Difference? In the previous article (Part 2) I argued that learning in a new world will take place in a wider range of settings, beyond traditional education institutions. A new...
Tuesday, 29 February 2000 | Read more
Author:Dirck Halstead
Date: 06/02 3:17 PM Received: 06/02 3:38 PM From: dirck halstead, June, 1, 1997.   Last week, while covering the visit of President Clinton to London, Newsweek photographer Wally McNammee and I found...
Friday, 04 June 1999 | Read more
Author:Rubén Martínez
      GOSPEL   From "The Acts of the Apostles": ...there appeared unto them cloven tongues like as of fire, and it sat upon each of them; and they were all filled with the Holy Ghost, and began to speak with other tongues......
Tuesday, 11 May 1999 | Read more
Author:Pedro Meyer
                A Keynote Address by Pedro Meyer at the SPE Conference, Los Angeles, California.   It's with the greatest of pleasures that I take this opportunity to share with you a few thoughts and...
Tuesday, 11 May 1999 | Read more
Author:Guillermo Gómez-Peña
  "(Mexicans) are simple people. They are happy with the little they got...They are not ambitious and complex like us. They don't need all this technology to communicate. Sometimes I just feel like going down there & living among them."...
Monday, 10 May 1999 | Read more
Author:Shahidul Alam
  Third World activists are using global connections to pressure the powers that-be and even save lives. Bangladeshi photographer Shahidul Alam has little doubt about the subversive potential of the Internet in his country.      ...
Sunday, 09 May 1999 | Read more
Author:Max Kozloff
  To Readers (with an interest in the Humanities): From: Max Kozloff, New York   The following is a section from a "disappeared" book. "Disappeared", in this case, refers to a book that had come out but was shortly afterward disavowed and...
Saturday, 08 May 1999 | Read more
Author:John Derry
  I recently spoke with Pedro Meyer. We talked about the tools we make at Fractal and how people use them. Pedro expressed an interest in the design process that goes along with creating expressive tools like Painter. What follows are some of my...
Saturday, 08 May 1999 | Read more
Author:Francisco Mata Rosas
  In the context of new ways of producing, disseminating and reading photographic images, it is increasingly difficult to establish precise borders or frontiers among the types, techniques, interpretations, intentions or readings of photography....
Friday, 07 May 1999 | Read more
Author:Shahidul Alam
  Perceptions of the developing world I was staying with friends in Newry in Northern Ireland. Paddy and Deborah had kindly made their five year old daughter1s room available for me. Corrina was friendly and curious and would spend a lot of...
Thursday, 06 May 1999 | Read more
Author:Diego Goldberg
    Since TV burst into our homes to stay, it has been competing and gaining territories from radio, magazines and newspapers. In the past these where the only intermediaries between the public and the world at large and information about...
Wednesday, 05 May 1999 | Read more
Author:Colin Jacobson
  "Magnum Photos which was founded by Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa, George Rodger and others to set new photo-journalistic standards, has recently allowed several of its pictures to be used in advertisements. Colin Jacobson argues that this...
Tuesday, 04 May 1999 | Read more
Author:Photographys B.H. JIANG
  Heaven and Earth are without pity; To them the ten thousand things are but straw dogs. Lao Tse, sixth century B.C. (from Ten Thousand Things: all life forms)   I still don't know for certain how Mr. B.H. Jiang found me, or why he decided...
Monday, 03 May 1999 | Read more
Author:Dirck Halstead
    I was asked on the National Press Photographers’ list, what it was like to discover a picture from two years ago that turned out to be the "picture of the week".   There have been lots of rumors running through the photo...
Sunday, 02 May 1999 | Read more
Author: Pablo Cabado
      "One day Cartier-Bresson received a telephone call from the writer JL Borges, who wished to know whether he would be willing to accept a prize for which Borges wanted to nominate him. The prize was offered by a rich woman who...
Sunday, 02 May 1999 | Read more
Author:Fernando Castro R.
    Luis González Palma's work was first shown in Houston in 1992 as part of the Latin American exhibits of FotoFest. If one were to ask retrospectively what exactly it was that was so impressive about his work, an important answer would...
Saturday, 01 May 1999 | Read more
Author:a letter by Kenneth Neil Cukier
  Pedro, Thank you for the invitation to share this article with ZoneZero readers about my experience getting searched by UK customs for pornography. In a recent editorial, you spoke of scars and the photographers' responsibility: at once to the...
Saturday, 22 August 1998 | Read more

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