The Family of Man became an influential prototype of the immersive, multi-media environments of the 1960s – and of our own multiply mediated social world today.
Christoph Lindner on seeing Amsterdam through the lens of New York photographers enabled new and surprising perspectives on four key aspects of the city.
Christoph Lindner is Professor of Literature and Director of the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA) at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
A talk about camouflage framed by the question of “how not to be seen”–in film, on film, as film.
Hannah Rose Shell screens and discusses her film-in-progress, called Blind, about the phenomenology of camouflage.
Competing with thousands of other photographers for that one shot that no one else could get, says Dan Bersak, is what makes the job worth doing.
How photojournalism’s ethical system came to be, what the system looks like today, and where it will go in the future.