This week on Friday Round Up, three very different photography books – John Ogden’s Saltwater People of the Fatal Shore, Irina Popova’s Native Soil and Michael Wolf’s Tokyo Compression Three plus Angkor Photo Festival opens and the China India: Imaginings and Transformations exhibition is on show in Sydney. Please click on the Friday Round Up tab for full details.
(C) Irina Popova - Native Soil
(C) Michael Wolf - Tokyo Compression Three
(C) Pablo Bartholomew
(C) Bill Morris from Saltwater People of the Fatal Shore
November 24, 2012
(C) Tim Page - Vietnam War Protests US
(C) David Dare Parker - Romania
This week’s Friday Round Up is focused on two exhibitions PEACE - a new exhibition from the Australian photography collective, Degree South, and Magdalena Sole's exhibition in New York, Mississippi Delta. It seems appropriate at the end of a week where we've seen such madness in the Middle East that PEACE opens - spread the word. Please click on the tab Friday Round Up for the stories and more photos. Enjoy the weekend wherever you are.
(C) Jack Picone - PEACE
(C) Magdalena Sole - Mississippi Delta
November 16, 2012
This week’s Friday Round Up looks at the work of three photographers – Australian Ed Giles who is currently based in the Middle East, Svetlana Bachevanova in New York and Zhang Kechun, China. Plus the International Photography Festival in Lodz is calling for entries and the Harold Feinstein retrospective is now on in Boston. And with Paris Photo in full swing, check out Le Journal de la Photographie for all the news. Please click on the Friday Round Up tab for all the details.
|(C) Svetlana Bachevanova|
|(C) Svetlana Bachevanova|
|(C) Ed Giles|
|(C) Harold Feinstein|
|(C) Zhang Kechun|
November 09, 2012
On this week's Friday Round Up Syria in focus - extraordinary and disturbing photographs from Syria's bloody civil war, Jake Price's Fukushima Kickstarter project cpm-703, a month of photography is in full swing in Paris, Gregory Crewdson's exhibition Melbourne, Bruce Gilden's New York workshop and Magnum Foundation's Human Rights Fellowship Grants. Please click on the Friday Round Up tab at the top of my blog to read these stories in full.
|(C) Zac Baille AFP/Getty Images|
|Syria in ruins - Reuters|
|(C) Bruce Gilden Magnum Photos|
|(C) Jake Price Fukushima cpm-703|
November 02, 2012
On this week's Friday Round Up there's a whole host of information including two new exhibitions - "Your Wounds will be named Silence" by Robin Hammond and WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, a panel discussion on free and independent photojournalism in society, photo essays by Robert Herman and Shiho Fukada and more. Please click on the Friday Round Up tab at the top of the blog. Enjoy the weekend!
|(C) Shiho Fukada|
|(C) Robert Herman|
|(C) Robin Hammond|