My interest in the intersection between art and war developed out of a personal experience, which continued to shape and inform my academic and artistic sensibility.
Tag Archives: Photography
“Ted Spagna’s photographs have done more than any other medium to make sleep science visible and, hence, directly understandable to the general public.”
The waters are rising to record highs near our headquarters.
Banerjee’s photographs ask us to reframe the way we look at our environment, by focusing on one eco-system–the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge–and the indigenous tribes, native animals and geological structures that populate it.
The New York Times recently proclaimed the death of photojournalism.
Armed with a camera, Middlebury College professor John Huddleston makes pilgrimages into the American landscape to capture touchstones for shared cultural memory.
Ash LaRose is a Burlington, Vermont-based photographer whose images explore the beauty–and vulnerability–of young women.
“I tend to respond to forces around me. In New York, I was feeling really divorced from nature, feeling that I wanted to do a series where I returned to nature, so I decided to explore my feeling of being isolated.”
*The phone number in the first image was blurred to protect the owner of the lost chicken. **Please help the victims of Hurricane Katrina by making a donation to the American Red Cross.
A few years ago—three to be more exact—I was encountering the usual indignities of a life of freelance writing and was talking with the Boston Globe Arts editor, Scott Powers, about opportunities at that august newspaper. About the same time the renowned photographer James Nachtwey was in town to lecture at the Photographic Resource Center […]
Doug is the founder and director of Vision Quest Photo Workshop Center, emphasizing vision and personal expression over camera mechanics.