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Meme Press Photo: From Humor to the Precarious Condition of Photojournalists
Since its start in 2023, Meme Press Photo has been taking irreverent jabs at the photojournalism industry. But underneath the jokes, there are …
Antonio Biasiucci: a Master of Language
The exhibition “Arca” at Gallerie d’Italia in Turin, Italy, brings together for the first time the different chapters of the artist’s “utopian poem”, …
An Attempted Assassination and the Photos that Define What America has Become
In the wake of an attempted assassination of former American President Donald Trump at a political rally in Pennsylvania over the weekend, the …
Look at the USA: A Diary of War and Home
Driven by ideology, insecurity, ambition, and a fascination with war, Peter van Agtmael began documenting America’s war in Iraq in 2006. What followed …
Metals in Your Lungs
Photographer Stefano Sbrulli’s book “Donde los niños no sueñan”(Where Children don’t Sleep) is the soulful tale of a Peruvian community whose health and …

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Bruce Eesly: When AI Asks the Question

Bruce Eesly’s exhibition at Les Rencontres de la Photographie festival in Arles questions the dazzling narrative of the Green Revolution.

Gusmano Cesaretti. Chaz Running: a back street near Whittier Boulevard, East Los Angeles, 1973. Courtesy of the artist.

Marginal Images

How can photography capture the “outside,” the “alongside”? Several exhibitions at this year’s Rencontres d’Arles explore the concept of the margins: the fringes of society, the perspective chosen by the artist, and the boundaries of the image itself. Here, we focus on four approaches that are as disconcerting as they are captivating.

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An Attempted Assassination and the Photos that Define What America has Become

In the wake of an attempted assassination of former American President Donald Trump at a political rally in Pennsylvania over the weekend, the photographs from the scene will forever be the record of the event. But photographers have been exploring the divided nation that America has become for decades, and while unfortunate, the event on Saturday should not be surprising.