State of the Art Photography provides a unique impression of photography as it stands today. It features forty artists from different countries demonstrating the process of change that photography faces, the broadening in horizons that the digital revolution has bestowed upon us, and the new resource that globalized data has given us.
Conversely, it also demonstrates the options that analog photography presents in creating unique works of art, the importance of how social issues can be addressed by contemporary photography.
State of the Art Photography
Essay by Ossian Ward
Bilingual Edition: English & German
264 pages, 237 illustrations
Hardcover, thread stitching
24 cm x 30 cm
A photojournalism-centric festival in France that exhibits great work from around the world while continuing to explore new business models for a struggling field.
Fascinating interview with one of the leading young curators of international photography.
This photo: Key to Tesla’s room, October 25, 2013 © Jason Fulford.
Martyrs is an interesting concept — "What would you give your life for? That's a huge question, and that's something that most of us don't have to face every day." Video artist Bill Viola talks about his current 4-screen video installation in London's Saint Paul's Cathedral.