Sortie du numéro 34 de Fraction Magazine
Issue 34 includes the photographic work of Robert Adams, Richard Benson, Edward Ranney, Judith Joy Ross
This issue and the beginning of 2012 mark the fourth year of Fraction Magazine. The past 33 issues have focused primarily on emerging photography, as one of Fraction's primary goals is to introduce compelling photographic work to new audiences. Another aspect of that goal is to show important and influential photography that the Fraction audience may not be aware of, and so I decided to dedicate this first issue of the year to four seminal photographers who have certainly influenced my own photography.
Robert Adams has published many books of his own photographs, but he has also written several books about photography in general, including Why People Photograph (a book I highly recommend). He has had ...
Exposition : Our nature“Until we understand what the land is, we are at odds with everything we touch. And to come to that understanding it is necessary, even now, to leave the regions of our conquest – the cleared fields, the towns and cities, the highways – and re-enter the woods. For only there can man encounter the silence and the darkness of his own absence. Only in the silence and the darkness can he recover the sense of the world's longevity, of its ability to thrive without him, of his inferiority to it and his dependence on it.” – Wendell Berry, The Art of the Commonplace
© Rachel Barett
Speaking from the vantage point of an often disconnected American, Western society has for hundreds of years been detached from where we live and the resources that we use. We find intermediates to pe...