Joan Fontcuberta on Photography

In the age of analog photography, truth was an obsession. In the age of digital photography, truth is an option. Joan Fontcuberta (taken from here: http://youtu.be/zJn29RMXubk?t=38m55s)

If you are interested in photography, media and visual arts in general take some time these holidays and discover the work of Joan Fontcuberta, a Spanish conceptual artist, professor and writer of several essays on visual arts.

In 2013 he won the prestigious Hasselblad International Award in Photography.

Read Fontcuberta’s essays on photography and the technological changes it underwent, in his book Pandora’s Camera.

If you do not have time to read, you can also listen to him talking in these videos below.

In English, Fontcuberta  at Fotofestiwal

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Also in English, Fontcuberta at the Princeton University Art Museum

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In Spanish, Fontcuberta at the Encuentro de Fotografía Sudamericana, organizado por el Área de Fotografía del Consejo Nacional de la Cultura y las Artes, la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile y la revista Sueño de la Razón.

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Charla de Joan Fontcuberta: La Razón del Sueño from Área de Fotografía CNCA on Vimeo.

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