Portfolio: An Empty Field by Elisabeth Tonnard
January 8, 2018
Portfolio: Shame by Elissa Levy
Double Exposure: Silos by Andria Hickey and Matthew Chasney
From the Issue
Portfolios from the Issue
NEWS FROM THE FIELD
-BP Sponsorship Sparks Controversy
-2016 Eating Refugees – Distress and Circuses
-2016 Crusade Engagement Grant Announced
-Turner Prize 2016 Finalists Announced
-Society for Photographic Education Announces New Executive Director
-Art Activists Spotlight Museums’ Ties to Fossil Fuels and Climate Change / Art and Climate Change: A Growing Movement
-Human Rights Watch, Artists and Activists Allege Continued Labor Abuses at Guggenheim Abu Dhabi
-In Memoriam: Felipe Ehrenberg, 1943-2017
-In Memoriam: Michael Bishop 1946-2016
-In Memoriam: John Berger 1926-2017
-In Memoriam: Nathan Lyons 1956–2016
-In Memoriam: Nathalie Magnan 1956–2016
-In Memoriam: Wendy Snyder MacNeil 1943–2016
-In Memoriam: William “Bill” Cunningham, 1929–2016
-VSW Mourns the Loss of Rick McKee Hock
-In Memoriam: Rene Burri, 1933–2014
-In Memoriam: Harun Farocki, 1944–2014
-In Memoriam: Marion Faller, 1941–2014
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
FROM THE ISSUE
Current Issue, Vol. 45, nos. 2 & 3
Citizen by Michael Danner
Shame by Elissa Levy
An Empty Field by Elisabeth Tonnard
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Film as Verb: Documentary Imperfection in the Post-Factual Era by Gabrielle McNally
Speculations and Inquiries on New Participatory Documentary Environments
Toward a Theory of Participatory New Media Documentary
Documentary Untethered, Documentary Becoming
Collaborative Documentary Practice: Histories, Theories, Practices
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