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EXAMING THE DARK BEFORE THE DAWN OF A MOVEMENT

The Wexner Center for the Arts steps to the forefront of the complex issues surrounding police and community (especially the African American community) engagement, at a time when both regionally and nationally, we find ourselves in a moment of crisis. 718 more words

Musings

Anyone for Wild Boar?

I recently got the opportunity to try out something I had never done before and something pretty unique in the UK, but equally in Europe too. 696 more words

General Articles

Boost of British: An Interview with James Hyman

I don’t always follow my mother’s advice (sometimes to my detriment), but when she told me to call James Hyman, I got on it right away. 2,247 more words

Interviews

1994 – Paul Hill one of the ‘Guildford Four’, wins his appeal against a conviction for an IRA murder in Belfast.

Paul Hill, one of the Guildford Four is cleared of IRA murder charges in a separate case to the Guildford charges which saw him spend fifteen years in jail. 153 more words

Irish History

Exhibit 70

The window of a guest house in Matlock, Derbyshire. Another photo from the series taken on a single day during the course I did with Martin Parr and Paul Hill at The Photographer’s Place. 10 more words

Photography

printletter 13 January/February 1978


Contents: Cover photo and The Stonehenge Portfolio by Paul Caponigro, Photography at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, Paul Hill: Dynamic in British photography, Concerning holography and the collector, Uncertainty about photo papers, print prices.