"'Mediations' by the American photographer Susan Meiselas proposes a selection of works from the 1970s to today, revealing Meiselas's special approach to the underlying reasons for making photographs, how the image concerns its subject as much as the photographer, and the role that these images can have at different levels in society and particularly in photojournalism."
Published on the occasion of the exhibition held at Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona, Spain, 11 October 2017-14 January 2018; Jeu de Paume, Paris, France, 6 February-20 May 2018; and SFMOMA, San Francisco, California, 21 July-21 October 2018.
Some contributions translated from French or Spanish.
Foreword / Marta Gili and Carles Guerra -- Digging Down to the Meaning of Place / Pia Viewing -- Body Language / Kristen Lubben -- Learning to See / Eduardo Cadava -- Past Immediate Memory / Carles Guerra -- Unlearning the Position of the Photographer as Expert / Ariella Azoulay -- A Place akaKURDISTAN : Time Exposing the Shadow of History / Işin Önol -- Exchange Rates : 20 dirhams or 1 photo? / Corey Keller -- Pausing / Marianne Hirsch
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