Fisheye Magazine #49
This new issue of Fisheye, placed under the sign of invisibility, highlights the work of artists who remind us of the political dimension of images. Like the South African photographer Zanele Muholi (on the cover), who shows us how much an image can impact our consciousness, or Elliott Verdier’s portfolio in Liberia, or Parlamenti and Pantanella’s one that traces the cartography of “countries that do not exist”. Not to mention the exceptional work of Guillaume Herbaut, who paints a scathing portrait of a Fifth Republic at the end of its rope.
Telling Inspire Reveal – Contemporary Photography