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Photo Major

news and discussion relevant to lens-based students
Jul 21 '14
Jul 2 '14
Jul 2 '14
Start of the degree show season in London
 (via Fresh Faced   Wild Eyed 2014 - Telegraph)

Start of the degree show season in London
(via Fresh Faced Wild Eyed 2014 - Telegraph)

Jul 2 '14
"In the U.S. Photoshop has become a symbol of our society’s unobtainable standards for beauty. My project, Before & After, examines how these standards vary across cultures on a global level"
Jul 2 '14
Jul 2 '14
Jun 12 '14

An interesting take on appropriation, conceptualism, transposition and writing…

Jun 9 '14
Jun 9 '14
Jun 9 '14
Studio 360 radio / audio podcast on Cindy Sherman.
 (via American Icons: Untitled Film Stills - Studio 360)

Studio 360 radio / audio podcast on Cindy Sherman.
(via American Icons: Untitled Film Stills - Studio 360)

Apr 28 '14
Apr 28 '14
The Photobook Today 
(via The photobook today - Telegraph)

The Photobook Today
(via The photobook today - Telegraph)

Apr 28 '14
Esther Teichmann: Fractal Scars 

(via So it Goes)

Esther Teichmann: Fractal Scars

(via So it Goes)

Apr 28 '14
"If U.S. citizens knew how it felt to be targeted by deadly flying robots, it might shape domestic attitudes toward the Obama administration’s drone program. Artist Tomas Van Houtryve is using video and photography to foster that discussion by putting average Americans under drone-like surveillance." 

(via Here’s What Drone Attacks in America Would Look Like | Raw File | WIRED)

"If U.S. citizens knew how it felt to be targeted by deadly flying robots, it might shape domestic attitudes toward the Obama administration’s drone program. Artist Tomas Van Houtryve is using video and photography to foster that discussion by putting average Americans under drone-like surveillance."

(via Here’s What Drone Attacks in America Would Look Like | Raw File | WIRED)

Apr 28 '14
The 99, Katy Grannan’s fourth solo exhibition at the Fraenkel Gallery, is the result of three years of work in the Central Valley, in which she revisits the region of Dorothea Lange’s work in California during the Great Depression. 

(via The 99 | Fraenkel Gallery)

The 99, Katy Grannan’s fourth solo exhibition at the Fraenkel Gallery, is the result of three years of work in the Central Valley, in which she revisits the region of Dorothea Lange’s work in California during the Great Depression.

(via The 99 | Fraenkel Gallery)