Posts Tagged ‘MoCP’

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WHAT REMAINS // MoCP

by Gregory Maher Fables of Home What is perhaps most striking in the exhibition What Remains, which recently closed at the Museum of Contemporary Photography, is the sense of isolation that surfaces in each of the artist’s work. These photographers, as they grow up and apart from their communities, begin to develop a mythic sense[…]

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Pier Review // Issue 04

  Download Issue 04: Objects of Desire Download Issue 01 : Endless Column Download Issue 02 : Great Divides Download Issue 03 : Century of Progress

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PIER REVIEW // ISSUE 01

  Download Issue 01: Endless Column Download Issue 02 : Great Divides Download Issue 03 : Century of Progress Download Issue 04: Objects of Desire  

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ARCHIVE STATE // MoCP

by Patrick G. Putze Imaging Privacy Archive State at the Museum of Contemporary Photography (MoCP) uses collected photographs to offer unique insight into some very specific global situations from the last fifty years. Yet, in doing so, the exhibition points to some very serious investigations into exploitation and one’s right to privacy. Taking the practice[…]