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Iran, Thirty Years Ago


This is what I had written a long time ago about Gilles Peress’s landmark photographic reportage, TELEX IRAN, which he produced thirty years ago as Iran was going through a revolution bringing Ayatollah Khomeini to power:
“Peress’s photographs are the [...]

Photography & Human Rights Summer Courses

New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in collaboration with the Magnum Foundation have just announced a new summer program of study in Photography & Human Rights. Housed in the Department of Photography & Imaging (where I teach) the program will start on May 18 and last four weeks. It is geared for intermediate [...]