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The latest news on exhibits, books, and innovative uses of images shaping our visual culture.

I Am Unbeatable: Donna Ferrato’s Commitment to Abused Women

Donna Ferrato

Donna Ferrato has documented domestic violence and its effects for more than 30 years. Over the past five years, she has refined her topic matter, focusing specifically on women who have left their abusers in a series called I Am Unbeatable.

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Ross McDonnell
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Remember Me, My Ghost: Documenting Ireland’s Notorious Ballymun Neighborhood

Ross McDonnell explains how his new film ‘Remember Me, My Ghost’ came out of his experience photographing Ireland’s Ballymun housing projects.

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André Liohn—Prospekt
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Almost Dawn in Libya: Exclusive Interactive Panorama

André Liohn, one of the guiding forces behind the Almost Dawn in Libya initiative, spoke to LightBox from Misrata, Libya, where he was preparing for the project’s final stage.

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Andre Feliciano
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Photoville: Established 2012; Population Growing

A new Brooklyn-based event aims to change what it means to be a photo festival. (It involves a dog run.)

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Kimiko Yoshida
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Ceremonies of Disappearance: Kimiko Yoshida’s Critique of Identity

For over a decade, Kimiko Yoshida has created photos of herself in which she wears elaborate costumes that reference a wide range of subjects, from haute couture to the canon of Western painting.

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© Stefan Ruiz
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In the Factory of Dreams: Behind the Scenes on Telenovelas

Stefan Ruiz’s latest book takes us behind the scenes at Mexico’s Televisa studios, where nearly 50,000 hours worth of soap operas are produced each year.

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Lucas Foglia
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A Natural Order by Lucas Foglia

For the past five years the Yale-trained artist has been photographing a network of off-the-grid communities in the southeastern United States. The work has just been published in his first monograph by Nazraeli Press.

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Andrea Bruce—NOOR
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Andrea Bruce Receives the Chris Hondros Fund Award

Today, photographer Andrea Bruce was awarded the $20,000 Chris Hondros Fund Award, created in memory of the late photojournalist in order to assist photographers pursuing their projects.

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Maggie Steber
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Maggie Steber’s ‘Rite of Passage’ and the Gift of Memory

When Maggie Steber realized her mother would never get better, she began taking photographs. Her film ‘Rite of Passage,’ about the end of her mother’s life, premieres June 11.

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Irina Ruppert
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Irina Ruppert: Tracing Memories in Kazakhstan

Irina Ruppert’s intimate knowledge of Kazakhstan and Eastern Europe comes from an experience of emigration and a complex family history.

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