Source: the photographic review - Issue 73 - Winter 2012

Source: the photographic review - Issue 73 - Winter 2012
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Publication Date 2012
Description The Winter issue of Source is about new photography organisations. Despite the economic downturn and the dominance of digital technology the last five years has seen the appearance of new galleries, publications and festivals dedicated to the medium. Jennifer Good has spoken to the people behind five new photo galleries: Third Floor Gallery, White Cloth Gallery, Fishbar, Hotshoe Gallery (which has since closed) and Brancolini Grimaldi. Tom Allbeson surveys the new generation of print and digital publications: Hungry Eye, 1000 Words, Photomonitor, blow and Supermassiveblackhole. Finally, Rebecca Hopkinson has talked to the directors of the latest photo-festivals: Brighton Photo Biennial, FORMAT, Photoireland, Belfast Photo-festival and the Cardiff International Festival of Photography, which is currently in preparation and opens in 2013. With this new movement goes a new approach. To sample this ethos we have asked three up-and-coming curators to tell us what they think the role of photography exhibitions is today and will be in the future. Katrina Sluis is the curator of the new Digital Programme at The Photographers' Gallery, Matt Packer is Curator at the Lewis Glucksman Gallery and Karen Newmann is Curator at Open Eye Gallery in Liverpool and soon to set up a new commissioning organisation in Birmingham. To complement the coverage in the magazine we have been visiting organisations (not covered in these magazine features) and asking them about their work. These visits will form a series of short audio interviews that will be published over the next two months.
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Format Magazine
Category Photography
Language English
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