Fisheye Magazine #11
(Auto)censorship, art as a victim of fear
In the contents of this 11th issue of Fisheye, there is a twenty-page dossier on the night, largely illustrated with works by contemporary photographers who talk about their nocturnal approach. In counterpoint, a short outline of a history of night photography puts these approaches in perspective.
We also find a portrait of a young photographer of 24 years, Raphaël Yaghobzadeh, symbol of a generation that questions photojournalism; a report on the origin and the functioning of the Everyday Egypt movement on Instagram; an unpublished portfolio by Luc Choquer on women in Istanbul; an investigation on the pressures that led to the removal of several works in recent weeks; several pages on the new services offered to photographers; an incursion into the photo department of the Elysée Palace; a report by Grégoire Korganow on French prisons; a review of the Festival of Fashion and Photography in Hyères on the occasion of its 30th edition; an unpublished portfolio of architectural images by Matthias Heiderich; and even a little trip to a fishmonger’s shop that exhibits photos on top of his sardines. And, of course, all the other sections: Tumblr of the readers, Video art, Job, Web project, Exhibitions, Books, Camera test, Photo workshop, Education, Chronicles… In short, something to consider the arrival of spring with a smile.
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