At a Fotofocus symposium, curators, panelists, and artists leapt into the fray of the medium’s existential crisis, rather than just celebrating aesthetics or art history.
The Photographer as Archivist
It is heartening to see the FotoFocus Biennial continue to gain ground as it endeavors to present a wider range of visions.
A Photography Biennial Asks a Perennial Question About the Medium’s Objectivity
This year, FotoFocus pushes beyond the baseline conception of photography as a documentary process — something artists have sought to have done pretty much since the advent of the medium.
A Photographer of Unsettlingly Mundane, Lynchian Images
Roe Ethridge combines a commercial photography practice with his personal life to create diquieting images.