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A long-term multimedia project—involving photographs, written interviews, and audio excerpts—seeks to flesh out the thin and stereotyped representation of migrants in mass media. A review of a new show at Foam.
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Cold, otherworldly photographs of Taiwan’s urban cityscape reference the state’s palpable political isolation while drawing attention to the personal disconnection that results from living in a vast, impersonal metropolis.
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This year’s edition of the Hamburg Triennale tackles a range of contemporary issues—from the environmental crisis to the concept of “home”—all dissected through the medium of photography.
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In an endless stream of absurd moments frozen by the flash of his camera, this photographer has a knack for capturing the darker, peculiar side of the mundane moments that surround him.
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These unique in situ photographs—taken on a beach in Spain—use traditional portrait techniques and theatrical elements to present a study of humanity in repose.
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AI can now interpret photographs with amazing accuracy while also generating fake images that look believably real — so what can humans do to retain an advantage in the world of imagery?
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Turning a critical eye to the impact of gentrification on London’s North Kensington district, photographer Nicola Muirhead uses her camera to record how residents have been affected by the tragic Grenfell fire. 
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This artist’s lifelong fascination with luminous color sparked her resolve to put the camera aside, instead using her photographic materials to capture pure representations of light and synaesthesia.
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Searching for compelling subjects in the stressful setting of an oversaturated beach, this photographer finds beauty in the daily activities of cramped vacationers. 
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This artist’s lifelong fascination with luminous colour sparked her resolve to put the camera aside, instead using her photographic materials to capture pure representations of light and synaesthesia  .
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