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Nicos Philippou’s Sharqi

a review by Liz Wells

CRITS: A Student Manual by Terry Barrett

For many students pursuing a fine arts education, critique is notoriously considered one of the many brutal realities of studio art…

Reading the Shadows: the Photography of Roy DeCarava

Editor’s note: This essay is a courtesy preview from The Exposure Archives, which has recently been made available as a benefit for…

Performing American Identity: the work of Greta Pratt

The Society for Photographic Education’s annual conference in mid-March, The Myths of the American Dream, concisely framed ongoing…

Imagining Freedom: A Conversation with Nicole Fleetwood and Virginia Grise

Interview on the subject of carceral aesthetics and practice.

Alternate History: Robert Capa on D-Day

I want to give you a brief overview of an investigation that began almost four years ago, led by me but involving the efforts of…

Boys to Men: A Conversation on Fraternity Culture and Toxic Masculinity with Bill Gaskins and…

For seven years, American photographer Andrew Moisey had an all-access pass to photograph Greek life inside a prominent national…

Mind The Gap: Addressing the Paradigm Shift in Higher Education

At the end of 2017 student loan¹ debt had reached 1.38 trillion dollars. Tuition was still steadily rising² and had been doing so much…

Honey Lazar Wants Everyone to be Seen+Heard

If a picture is worth the proverbial thousand words, then what value would be put upon the power of the voice? Images may have the…

Crashing the Mississippi: Materiality + Meaning in Baton Rouge

Why go to a Society for Photographic Education’s chapter conference? Isn’t the annual conference enough? With resources both material and…

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