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Author:Pedro Meyer
It has been said that democracy is the worst form of government except all the others that have been tried. Winston Churchill.     I have heard over and over, in many parts of the world. How new digital technologies have an unfair...
Monday, 30 April 2007 | Read more
Author:Gary Kamiya
        Iraq: Why the media failed Afraid to challenge America's leaders or conventional wisdom about the Middle East, a toothless press collapsed.   Apr. 10, 2007 | It's no secret that the period of time between 9/11...
Tuesday, 10 April 2007 | Read more
Author:El Universal
  The National Institute of Fine Arts and Literature of Mexico informed that Mercedes Iturbe, director of the Carrillo Gil Art Museum died last night in her home in Cuernavaca, Morelos.   The Institute highlighted her work promoting art...
Saturday, 31 March 2007 | Read more
Author:Amy Benfer
          Writing in a Free World   Jonathan Lethem explains why copyright laws stifle creativity and why he's giving away the film rights to his new novel.   Mar. 25, 2007 Jonathan Lethem's seventh novel, "You Don't...
Sunday, 25 March 2007 | Read more
Author:ZoneZero
  I am well aware that not all cultures enjoy the same special days for celebrating an event nor do so on the same day, in this case most of the western cultures celebrate Valentine's Day with variations. On the other hand, in the Chinese...
Wednesday, 14 February 2007 | Read more
Author:Juan Antonio Molina
    There isn’t a single document of culture that is not also a document of savagery. As it is not itself free of savagery, the process of conveying it from one to the other isn’t either. That is why the materialistic historian...
Wednesday, 31 January 2007 | Read more
Author:Andrew Orlowski
    by Andrew Orlowski   Photojournalism is dying - readers rejoice -   Letters Recently, we invited top UK photojournalist Sion Touhig to describe the grim economics facing photo journalists. His passionate essay: How the...
Saturday, 13 January 2007 | Read more
Author:Iliana Ulloa
  Darwin said: It is not the strongest species that survive, nor the smartest, but the one that adapts better to change.   In a devastating week for the professional development laboratories industry, we can see Darwin’s theory fully...
Friday, 12 January 2007 | Read more
Author:Sion Touhig
        Comment: We're continually being told the Internet empowers the individual. But speaking as an individual creative worker myself, I'd argue that all this Utopian revolution has achieved so far in my sector is to disempower...
Friday, 12 January 2007 | Read more
Author:The Getty Trust Fund
Help create an archive of photographic materials from the pre-digital age   Digital photography is replacing traditional photography. And it's happening so fast that traditional photography, and the knowledge about how to create it, is in...
Tuesday, 05 December 2006 | Read more
Author:ZoneZero
  And yet another year went by. Time seems to be accelerating as we become ever more aware of simultaneous realities. Technology is largely responsible for this, and we at ZoneZero think this is enough reason to celebrate. We would like to...
Friday, 01 December 2006 | Read more
Author:Vicki Goldberg
  Published under permission: Abbeville Press, Fine Arts & Illustrated Books   Photography was a powerhouse medium from the date of its birth in 1839 and was already on steroids and flexing its muscles when it was barely out of its...
Friday, 17 November 2006 | Read more
Author:ZoneZero
      We regret the death of our American colleague Brad Will, on October 27th, 2006 in Oaxaca, Mexico, while covering a story for the global network Indymedia.   He was shot in the torso during a paramilitary attack on the APPO...
Friday, 27 October 2006 | Read more
Author:Pedro Meyer
    A group of scientists put five monkeys in a cage, and inside it, they placed a ladder with a bunch of bananas. When one of the monkeys climbed up the ladder to get a banana, they hosed the rest with ice-cold water.   After a while...
Monday, 16 October 2006 | Read more
Author:ZoneZero
  Goro Kuramochi, Director of GIP Photographic Agency in Tokyo,curator and editor of various photography books, and organizer of photographic events, died last september 30, 2006 at 7:30 am at the Tokyo Hospital. In honor to my friend...
Tuesday, 03 October 2006 | Read more
Author:Carlos Darío Albornoz
  Traditional arts and crafts in extinction Tucumán, Argentina – 2004   Installation of contemporary daguerreotypes   This work was funded by a grant from the Simon Guggenheim Foundation that I was awarded in 2004.   These...
Tuesday, 19 September 2006 | Read more
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Author:Juan Antonio Molina
  From the body photographic to the photographed body (variations of a discourse regarding spirtuality in contemporary photography) by Juan Antonio Molina     Probably the objects of a religious, moral, aesthetic and logical...
Wednesday, 13 September 2006 | Read more
Author:Pedro Meyer
  part 1 | part 2 | part 3 | part 4   We somehow were brought up with the notion that documentary pictures were the equivalent of a testimony that was credible because it was a photograph.   In other words, the very nature of being...
Thursday, 10 August 2006 | Read more
Author:Katharine Q. Seelye and Julie Bosman
  The last August, 8th., Adnan Hajj was the most-searched term on the Technorati Web site, which tracks what is being discussed in the blogosphere. And a rendering of his work was one of the most viewed videos on YouTube. Adnan...
Wednesday, 09 August 2006 | Read more
Author:Marilyn Domínguez Turriza and Juan Carlos Saucedo Villegas
Marilyn Domínguez Turriza INAH Center (National Institute Anthropology and History) Campeche Juan Carlos Saucedo Villegas Institute of Culture       A brief history of photography in Campeche.   Photography has been...
Wednesday, 09 August 2006 | Read more
Author:Felipe Ehrenberg
      It is not easy to say something about a man that was a younger brother, a major accomplice and an unreserved friend. He was also a great still photographer and cinematographer, a soundman, and documentarist. In other words, he was...
Monday, 03 July 2006 | Read more
Author:Juan Antonio Molina
  chapter I | chapter II | chapter III | chapter IV     I   In 1960 Yves Klein published a photo of himself floating in the air, apparently after jumping out of a window. The composition was thorough and you could see both the...
Friday, 23 June 2006 | Read more
Author:Nora Olivia Sedeno Torres
  The Manuel R. Palacios Historic Archive of the City of Oaxaca has now its very own building. It now has a splendidly edited general guide of its documents and a much better organization. The catalog “Rescuing the city's image through its arts...
Tuesday, 20 June 2006 | Read more
Author:Daryl Lang
  Portrait photographer Arnold Newman dies at 88.   Arnold Newman, a deeply influential photographer who spent a lifetime capturing penetrating images of artists, entertainers and presidents, has died at age 88.   He died on...
Tuesday, 06 June 2006 | Read more
Author:Christopher Knight
    Photographer Robert Heinecken dies.       Robert Heinecken, an artist who was instrumental in changing the way photographs are considered in the American cultural landscape, died on May 15th at a nursing home in Albuquerque,...
Monday, 15 May 2006 | Read more

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