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5 Interesting Reads

 •  August 7

Geoffrey James shares about his Running Fence series from two decades ago, which focused on the wall along the U.S. border with Mexico. The...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  July 12

Photographer Eduardo Asenjo Matus uses long-exposure photography to communicate what his hearing loss is like. Here is the story of how Alan...

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Women in Photography

 •  July 10

Jill Greenberg recently gave a Ted Talk on women in photography. Her initiative Alreadymade showcases a group of extremely experienced, talented...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  July 6

500px has shut down its stock-photo platform and no longer allows photographers to license their work under Creative Commons license. Here's...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  June 22

In honour of summer, here's photo book with a photographic history of swimming pools. This is a very open, minimal photography studio...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  June 15

Did you see this interview with Edward Burtynsky? Jonas Bendiksen photographed his family for the Magnum photographers' Home group...

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Michel Huneault’s Roxham in Saskatoon

 •  June 13

AKA artist-run centre is presenting Michel Huneault's Roxham in Saskatoon. Photographer Michel Huneault went to Roxham Road in Quebec and documented...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  June 6

Here are some links to a 5 Interesting Reads with articles on art photography, Vivian Cherry’s street photography, Wendy Ewald’s work with...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  May 31

From June until August, the Resilience Project is featuring the photographs, paintings, and multimedia work of 50 Indigenous female artists on...

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5 Interesting Reads

 •  May 25

Nova Scotia is considering what to do about the Annie Leibovitz collection. Here's an interview with Edward Burtynsky. How do you attract...

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