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Issue 105 — Summer 2021

nearby matters

Source Magazine: Thinking Through Photography - Issue 105 - Autumn 2021

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Photographic projects are often described as relating to ‘place’, ‘land’ or ‘community’, each with their own specific dimension. The ‘local’ however has more negative associations. Issue 105 looks at photojournalism, archives, council services, and relationships between individuals and their localities played out through photography
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Interview between Ella Ravillous and Mark Lawrence When Is Someone Going To Remove This Rubbish? by Josh Allen

Fashion: Conor Clinch & Ryan Zaman Flotsam: Henry Fox Talbot How to be a Horse Racing Photographer

New work by Leah Gordon & Mohamed Hassan

ZOOM LAUNCH: 26/08/21
Live interviews and Q&A with contributors: Ella Ravilious and Colin Samson hosted by SOURCE Editor Richard West

Issue 105 / Summer 2021 - Zoom Launch

Join us for the Online Launch of Issue 105 on 26th August 7.00pm (GMT). Live interviews & Q&A with contributors: Curator Ella Ravilious and Professor Colin Samson. Hosted by SOURCE Editor Richard West. In association with Gallery of Photography Ireland. Free to attend.

Ella Ravilious is a Curator at the V&A, a trustee of Beaford Arts and the daughter of the photographer James Ravilious. In Issue 105 she talks about her father's work and to Mark Lawrence from Oxfordshire History Centre about photographic collections in local archives.

Colin Samson is a Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Essex. In Issue 105 he reviews Through a Native Lens: American Indian Photography by Nicole Dawn Strathman and The Grass Shall Grow: Helen Post Photographs the Native American West by Mick Gidley.