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The capitalist world of images

Kevin Coleman, Daniel James: Capitalism and the Camera: Essays on Photography and Extraction

PHOTO: Is it possible that anti-capitalist expressions are reduced to insignificant gestures and rather become symbols of the immediate consumption of social media?

"See me as I am"

PHOTO: How are blacks presented? A portrait photograph is far from neutral, neither guilty nor innocent – but with varying degrees of sharpness, vulnerability and complexity.

What I'm talking about when I talk about pictures

PHOTO: I brought the gaze of anthropology into the camera lens, it became my optics. The experience of several years in San Francisco, or the experience of having a little brother with schizophrenia – what does that mean for the pictures?

Virtual walks

PHOTO: The corona crisis has created new digital viewing spaces for photography. MODERN TIMES has visited several of them.

A woman in the boys club

Linda Gordon: Inge Morath: An Illustrated Biography

PHOTO: Inge Morath was one of the few female photographers of the 1950s who became a member of the male-dominated Magnum Photos. In this illustrated biography we get to take part in her adventurous and unconventional life.

A tool that is over 150 years old

: Photo Phnom Penh in Cambodia has made a name for itself in the photo festival landscape in Southeast Asia since its inception nine years ago. The festival is free and brings the art out into the public space.

Stories from a shaky welfare state

: Something is rotten in the welfare state of Denmark – yes, in all the Nordic countries, says the photo collective Moment Agency.

About those who become injured

: Both Edward Burtynsky and Rune Eraker will create change through photography.

New look at own biography 

: No autumn without the Autumn Exhibition in Oslo. This year, it is the relationship between man, nature and culture that is interpreted in the many works of art, visual artist Marte Aas tells Ny Tid. 

Rune Eraker: Tell the world about us

: Nobel Peace Center, Oslo, 14 September – 15. January 2019

Some are more invisible than others

Binna Choi and Yolande van der Heide (eds.): Concept: Werker Collective (Rogier Delfos and Marc Roig Blesa) 365 Days of Invisible Work

: Werker Collective has collected 365 photographs of the work that is not seen, and which takes place in the home – own or someone else's.