Fisheye Magazine #14
Photographers play it collective
For this back-to-school issue, we asked ourselves about collaborative work in photography. Faced with the myth of the lone wolf photographer, we had to highlight the increasing number of initiatives that see works being developed within a mutual reflection where each one enriches rather than vamps on the other. Our dossier shows the multitude of points of view and the ability to put egos behind the common achievement. Fisheye investigated in France and abroad by interviewing photographers who tell us about their journey. And by discovering experiences which, like so many laboratories, seek solutions to continue to invent what photography allows to explore. Let’s embark on a journey to Cambodia, Nigeria, the United Kingdom, the Republic of Congo, Poland, Canada, Angola, Argentina, and of course France, for a visit to photographers who have decided to work together.
From the Month of Photography in Montreal, which questions the post-photographic condition with Joan Fontcuberta, to the Photaumnales, which revisits old processes, via a panorama of Swiss photography, the new edition of Photoquai, the saga from Hara-Kiri to Charlie Hebdo, the dive into Peter Menzel’s archives to the emergence of the Internet, or the controversy over Robert Capa’s D-Day photos, this new issue of Fisheye should tickle your curiosity.