9 Photograph Tales That Problem Your View Of The World


After a terrible shooting in Atlanta and increasing demands to protect Asian Americans from violence, many Americans asked to study themselves and the history of violence in that country. We watched the protests and rallies against Asian-American violence that have been warning of violence for months, and F-Stop magazine threw a look back at Gabriele Galimberti’s 2020 book The Ameriguns. Nick Meyer has explored the ravages of addiction, housing insecurity and decline in small-town America in his book The Local. A year after the pandemic started, we asked photographers who are also mothers what they learned and how they deal with it.

Ten years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Sam Clark is writing about an in-depth photography project that highlights found photographs by people who lived in the area, rather than by professional photographers. Let’s call it romantic or idealistic, but Ondrej Čechvala left his hometown to live on an old farm in northern Slovakia. The National History Museum in London dealt with female nature photographers, and Erica Génécé photographed stylized dancers that look like sculptures in her pictures.

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