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Project 2: Photojournalism

As part of the ‘Context and Narrative’ course, we’re asked to consider the three critical viewpoints set out below:

1. Charity – Martha Rosler

“…which political battles have been fought and won by someone for someone else?” 1,944 more words

Context And Narrative

Photography Quote of the Day

I relate completely to this quote! Hope everyone has a safe and happy weekend!
“I tend to think of the act of photographing, generally speaking, as an adventure. 14 more words


'To David, About His Education' a poem by Howard Nemerov

As students return to school, the conversation once again turns to the value of education. Sitting at your desk you may look back and wonder why you had to take courses that seemed to have no relevance to your current position. 246 more words

Connecting The Dots

Diane Arbus

Albino sword swallower at a carnival, Md. 1970, gelatin silver print, printed later by Neil Selkirk, 37.5 x 36.5cm, via Christie’s

If you have time, watch the movie with an idea of Diane Arbus with brilliant Nicole Kidman: FUR (2006) – I loved it!


"Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus" (2006)

“Fur”, tal como o seu subtítulo indica, é um retrato imaginário ao qual Steven Shainberg decidiu dar corpo para nos falar sobre uma das fotógrafas americanas mais marcantes, Diane Arbus. 570 more words


“When I say I want to photograph someone, what it really means is that I’d like to know them. Anyone I know I photograph.”— Annie Leibovitz


Assignment 4 - A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Vivian Maier’s East 108th Street is typical of her earlier work representing the optimism of 1950’s America, describing a vibrant, positive and potentially romanticised image of urban America. 1,958 more words

Vivian Maier