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For this issue, we have chosen work that explores fantasy, dreams, and imagination: work that challenges the longstanding notions of truth and evidence that have been ascribed to the still images of photographic practice. Or in some instances we have chosen photographers who work in the trajectory of “documentary” practice in interesting ways, employing a strong subjective voice, imagining the fantastic in everyday events. We have found these artists to be great “composers” of photographic work, creating and constructing the images they present. The editors and staff of The Harvard Photography Journal take great pride in presenting you with this year’s issue.

 

FEATURED PHOTOGRAPHY

Sam
Taylor-Wood
Collier
Schorr
Anthony Goicolea Joan Fontcuberta Frank
Breuer

 

INTERVIEWS

Sam Taylor-Wood
Interviewed by
Andrew Suggs ’05

Collier Schorr
Interviewed by
Michael Wang ’03

RECENT GRADUATE PHOTOGRAPHY

Meredith
Talusan
Anitra
Menning

FEATURED WRITING

The Indecisive Moment: Frank, Klein, and 'Stream-of-Consiousness' Photography
Gerry Badger

A Pedagogical Rumination on a 'Treatment' for a Four-Minute Cine-Video
Yvonne Rainer

Evidence of What?
Joan Fontcuberta
translated by Jennifer Flores Sternad ’04/’05


Sam Taylor-Wood’s Solitary Soliloquies
Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer '05

 

 

UNDERGRADUATE PHOTOGRAPHY

Charlene
Music '04
Natalia
Naish '04/'05
Laura
Gilinsky '04
Diana
Buda '05
       
 
Andrew
Suggs '05
Felix
Diaz '05
Karl
Hinojosa '05
Dominique
Elie '06