Teaching Cops to See →
How art can stimulate ‘out-of-the-box-thinking’
Mathieu Asselin: Manhattan in the Dark.
photolia: Hope everybody is OK after the storm in New York. We drove to Manhattan on Tuesday night. Unbelievable darkness: scary and beautiful. All pictures by Mathieu Asselin.
I hate cameras. They are so much more sure than I am about everything.– John Steinbeck (via unseenphotofair)
Looking at the Land | 21st Century American Views →
Jim Goldberg talks to LightBox about the process of revisiting, sharing and republishing two of his groundbreaking works. Rich and Poor (1977-85) juxtaposes two economic classes through intimate environmental portraits and personal statements written on the prints by the subjects, while Raised by Wolves (1985-95) documents the lives of homeless runaways in San Francisco and Los Angeles through...
Moments of Reprieve: Representing Loss in... →
Photography & Writing
“Photographers, I believe, should write to become better photographers, to understand what they are doing better. There is no need to publish any of the writing. There is no need to have the writing next to the photographs. That’s not the point. The point really just is to expand the horizon, to struggle with a different medium’s restrictions, to see how the restrictions are where the real...