This issue of Flash turns to the world of photography and publishing: in print and online; in conjunction with exhibitions; as monograph, artist’s book and history.
How does the artist make their way in the world, what decisions drive them and how does the reception of their work inform, or even shape their output? Does a photographic practice have particular rules of engagement?
As many photographers mourn the demise of film others are just as avidly turning to their iphones as their chosen apparatus.
Welcome to the first issue of FLASH online, a quarterly journal of reviews, interviews and comment on photography and video, published by the Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne. Read more…