Greg Foster-Rice is an art historian specializing in the history, theory, and criticism of photography. As a teacher, he is engaged in a wide range of photographic media and their relationships to a variety of contexts (artistic, cinematic, commercial, photojournalistic, and scientific). His current research focuses these interests towards the intersection of photography and issues of urbanism, landscape, and/or ecology. He also writes more generally about art and visual culture of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

The Boat is Leaking. The Captain Lied: Fondazione Prada