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Is Photography Still a Labour of Love?

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Edward Weston maintained daybooks in which he incessantly jotted down notes that covered aspects of his daily life and work. As revealing …

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What is the Post-photographic Condition?

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The strange. The mundane. The lost. The found. And the unfound. The not-so-very-obvious, and the utterly obvious. The obviousless. The moment, fraught with anticipation, that has not yet come to be.

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The Humble Door and What it Symbolises

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What was it about the door that caught the attention of photographers like Paul Strand, William Henry Fox Talbot, Eugène Atget, Walker …

A Tool for Change

K Madhavan Pillai

Our brains are wired for visuals. A much larger part of our reflexes are connected to what we see. If I ask …

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The Place of Photography

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“No other art form can show humanity to humanity, with such disquieting directness.”

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The Conundrum of Remembering

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I’ve always been fascinated by our ability to remember, an exercise that has been largely a result of how we attach meaning …