“Documentary photography remains important today but fifty years ago it was absolutely vital and Chas Gerresten provides visual evidence of what took place: everyday life, the demonstrations, civil unrest and the coup d’état of September 11.” Sean Sheehan Salvador Allende won the presidency of Chile in 1970 and, […]
Five young women talk about growing up in a very multicultural society yet feeling they don’t belong there nor in the country their parents came from. One of them directs a film in which they share intimate details of their feelings. The film becomes part of their process of adaptation to new identities.
Photography in conflict zones is crucial as it portrays the events taking place there and allows the world to understand the situation. “The main reason that we are in the field is to report as much as possible the truth and reality that we are witnessing.” Interview: Rola Zamzameh* […]
What if Native Americans had discovered Europe, if Nazi Germany emerged victorious in World War II, if Trump wins the 2023 election? What if your parents had never met one another? Sean Sheehan Speculating along these lines invite responses ranging from intellectual curiosity to fear, trepidation and an […]
Hegel remarked about the Peloponnesian War that its importance is that it allowed Thucydides to write about it and the same could be said about another armed conflict from the ancient Greek world: the struggle between an alliance of Greek states and the city of Troy, in what is now […]