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- Over a decade ago, Takashi Arai decided he wanted to work chronologically through the historical techniques of analog photography. To this day, he remains stuck on the daguerreotype. Learn more about this contemporary master of the timeless method.
- Much has been said about the colonial gaze on India—but what does the country look like from the inside, especially from the space of the home? This interview presents five deeply personal and varied views.
- Utilizing portraiture, this group of photographers offer us a touchingly personal, yet sweeping narrative on the cyclical themes of history: economic decline, racism and the ever-changing communities we form.
- Utilizing the “killing” power of poetry and art, these four female photographers survey the role of women in Moroccan society through their sharp, critical lenses.
- Examining the lasting influence of four of Japan’s greatest photography masters—and three fascinating contemporary practitioners, who are utilizing diverse techniques such as daguerreotype and more.
- The history of photo manipulation reaches all the way back to the origins of photography—learn more in this fascinating interview with a talented French curator.
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