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Wednesday 24 February 2010

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Features and Essays – Bruce Davidson: Time of Change (multimedia) (Magnum in Motion: February 2010) The period from 1961 – 1965 was the defining era of the American civil rights movement. As a participant and observer of this struggle for racial equality, Bruce Davidson chronicled the demonstrations, the protests, the aftermath of the bombings, and the social and political tumult that arose out of the conflict.

Articles – Telegraph: Irving Penn: imitated but never outdone (Telegraph: February 2010) Irving Penn revolutionised portrait photography. Seven leading photographers explain his gift for lustre.

(multi)MediaThe British Journal of Photography is making some changes

ExhibitionsBeyond Borders by 16 Photographers : Beyond Borders represents the collective results of the first ever online master’s degree course in photojournalism and documentary photography at the London College of Communication, a bold and groundbreaking experiment reflecting the current monumental changes within the industry.

Features and Essays – Agnes Dherbeys: Diary: Parisian Transgression (Photographer’s website: February 2010)

InterviewsFrank Evers (The Photography Post: February 2010)

InterviewsVincent Laforet (A Photo Editor: February 2010) Vincent Laforet Goes Beyond the Still

Opportunities – PDN: Want your recent assignments mentioned in PDN’s Who’s Shooting What column? (PDN: February 2010)

Features and Essays – Mark Power: The Shipping Forecast (multimedia) (Magnum in Motion: 2010)

Awards Sony World Photography Awards 2010 nominations announced (ephotozine.com: February 2010)

Blogs Contact Collective

GrantsThe National Geographic Young Explorers Grant Application

Interviews and Talks – UCD Clinton Institute of American Studies: Photo Editors Roger Tooth, Monica Allende, Ray Wells interviewed (UCD Institute)

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Written by Mikko Takkunen

February 24, 2010 at 12:49 pm

Posted in photojournalism

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