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Photographs Do Not Bend



contemporary photographic practice | curatorial practice



Updated: 2012-11-03T19:52:11Z

 



Rain Room

2012-11-03T19:52:11Z

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RANDOM INTERNATIONAL'S RAIN ROOM INSTALLATION AT THE BARBICAN CENTRE IN LONDON, 4 OCT 2012 - 3 MARCH 2013

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5th European Month of Photography Berlin

2012-10-31T22:20:59Z

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 October 19-November 25, 2012 www.mdf-berlin.de   The festival presents a broad spectrum of exhibitions and events that address this year's theme, "The View of the Other".  It highlights, from various perspectives, a variety of thematic and medial aspects: topics such as the construction of identity, exoticisation, colonialism, voyeurism, reflections on the familiar and the alien and much more.     René Groebli, "Untitled". From the series "Das Auge der Liebe." Photo © René Groebli [...]



UnSeen Festival: Panel Discussion on "The Future of Photography"

2012-10-31T22:40:22Z

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IKEA sheds photography in favour of CGI renders

2012-10-31T22:20:01Z

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Paris Photo Highlights

2012-10-31T22:52:46Z

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Off the s{h}elf - Open Call

2012-10-25T20:17:48Z

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Brighton Photo Biennial 6 Oct - 4 Nov 2012

2012-10-07T20:47:48Z

 See here for a listing of what's on See here for the brochure: bpb_brochure_small.pdfAlso a shout out for my friends Laure Martineau and Pantchika Bur who are exhibiting at Brighton Photo Fringe: The Coach House, 22 Walpole Road, BN2 0EA from 6th to... (image)  

See here for a listing of what's on 

See here for the brochure: bpb_brochure_small.pdf

Also a shout out for my friends Laure Martineau and Pantchika Bur who are exhibiting at Brighton Photo Fringe: The Coach House, 22 Walpole Road, BN2 0EA from 6th to 14th October 2012.






Masterclass: Photography with the iPhone

2012-09-13T21:46:56Z

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 Location: The Guardian, 90 York Way, King's Cross, London, N1 9GU
 Date: 24 September 2012
 To book: click here   Enjoy! [...]



Julien Grossman: La Chute Des Monarchies

2012-08-17T19:32:51Z

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Contemporary Japanese Photobooks

2012-08-08T21:57:46Z

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Sally Mann: Faces

2012-08-08T22:00:06Z

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2012-08-08T22:10:16Z

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Prints Charming

2012-07-31T11:50:45Z

Image source: Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin... (image)

Image source: Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin



Website Graph

2012-07-31T09:00:52Z

Here is a java applet that traverses the html of a webpage and turns it into a visual graphic.  Website graphs are the work of Marcel Salathe, a young conceptual artist living inZurich, Switzerland. Photographsdonotbend today i.e. Aug-2012...

Here is a java applet that traverses the html of a webpage and turns it into a visual graphic.  Website graphs are the work of Marcel Salathe, a young conceptual artist living inZurichSwitzerland

Photographsdonotbend today i.e. Aug-2012


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Ydessa Hendeles: Partners (The Teddy Bear Project)

2012-07-31T09:36:37Z

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of teddy bears dating from roughly 1900-1940. These photographs are presented in a floor-to-ceiling, two-
storey installation designed to evoke an atmosphere of a library or archive room. The images are arranged 
in categories that reflect the peculiar ubiquity of the teddy bear as a symbolic object: children, men and women, 
soldiers, and elderly people holding teddy bears, people dressed up as teddy bears, or teddy bears in the background 
of significant social moments. First shown in Toronto in 2002-2003, 'Partners (The Teddy Bear Project)' later traveled to 
the Haus der Kunst in Munich, the National Gallery of Canada, and the Gwangji Art Biennale 2010.  [...]