Query : photojournalism
- Leblanc, Audrey4
- Ana Taís Martins Portanova Barros2
- Anelise Angeli de Carli2
- Benjamim Picado2
- benjamim picado2
- Bouveresse, Clara2
- Clara Bouveresse2
- Cora Gamarnik2
- Eliza Bachega Casadei2
- Filippo Fimiani2
- Mar Marcos Molano2
- Margarita Ledo Andión2
- Agustín García1
- Alberto Klein1
- Ammarah Khalid1
- Ana Contursi1
- Ana Maria Mauad1
- Ana Rita Bastos1
- Ana Tagarro1
- Andrés Albaladejo, Blanca1
- Art and Art History29
- Cultural Heritage and Museology29
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology21
- Gender Studies12
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences10
- Communication Sciences8
- Methods and Statistics5
- Political Science4
- Biological Anthropology3
- Architecture and Space Management3
- Musicology and Performing Arts3
- Archaeology and Prehistory2
From Vietnam, VA, to Iraq, CA: The Spectrality of Violence in An-My Lê’s Small Wars and 29 Palms
This paper focuses on two of the three photographic projects included in An-My Lê’s Small Wars (2005). The first one, Small Wars (1999–2002) represents Vietnam War reenactors staging combat in the Virginian forest. In the second project, 29 Palms (2003–2004), Lê turns her camera on United States Mar...
Between photojournalism and the auratic image: chronicle and photography in Roberto Arlt’s Trip to Spain
This article seeks to investigate the links established between journalistic discourse and photography in the aguafuertes o f the journey to Spain, published by Roberto Arlt as a correspondent for the newspaper El Mundo. We focus here on the pictures that appear with the chronicles to analyze two di...
From the newspaper illustrated to the modern magazine: the weekly VU (1928-1940), an effort to moderate the forerunner?
the weekly VU (1928-1940) is known for its pioneering iconography and pioneer role in the history of photojournalism. The study presents it at the heart of an international network of artists and typographs linking it to the Union of Artistes Modernes, the Bauhaus and the New Typegraphy, and innovat...
Notes on photojournalism according to Gisèle Freund
"This is evidenced by numerous overwritten pages: until the last years of his life, Gisèle Freund has never interrupted the drafting of what has become her major test, including an important aspect of photojournalism. Reading the first state of this work, which is an essential contribution to unders...
Table for Photo Replies: “Controversy on Capa: business as a taboo of photojournalism "
Since June 2014, the critic A.D. Coleman has published on his Photocritic International blog and with other contributors a series of notes which transcribe a thorough survey of the famous photographs taken by Robert Capa in Omaha Beach, when disembarked on 6 June 1944. She questioned the story surro...
"Researching the history of Ugandan photojournalism", a guest post by Anna Kućma
The Uganda Press Photo Award is a photography competition and initiative for Ugandan photographers and photojournalists, which brings their work and profession to the public’s attention and also creates training and networking opportunities. Its second edition had its final event – the prize giving...
Photography in the reconstruction of the recent Argentinian past: Dictator Videla at a misa in Capilla Stella Maris, 1981
This article analyses some of the complex relationships between photography, politics and historical studies with the historical meaning of a press photograph published in 1981 as its main focus. In this regard, its role in the construction of a journalistic speech legitimising the military regime w...
The relation between photography and literature in France in the second half of the 20th century : study of François-Marie Banier, Jean-Loup Trassard, Lorand Gaspar and Denis Roche's work
During the second half of the 20th century the status of photography has changed: institutionalization of the medium, its use in conceptual art, the crisis of photojournalism, the invention of digital photography, together with the transition to more pragmatist aesthetics, have influenced the recogn...
Rhetoric of the first TV newspaper
at the end of the 1940s featured around the ‘TV newspaper’ a number of marrains inspiring and feeding it: the press, film news, spoken newspaper, photojournalism, conference, etc. powerful models of practices, training, professionals and techniques, which are not immediately transferable to televisi...
Armrests and protection. Emotions including
The purpose of this research is to identify the impressions and emotions generated by photography in humans when exposed to interpretative analysis. For this study, the FIRS Embrance by Mads Nissen 2020, winner of World Press Photo 2021, was analysed. Research is experimental, inductive-qualitative...
Digital Preservation of Photojournalism Case Study of the Kompas Daily
Newspapers present information to the public on various topics, such as politics, economics, culture, and sports. Through its preaching, newspapers report a number of valuable events as historical records. Photos, complementing the news, come with a visual approach. Based on the rules of journalism,...
Imagery of Brazil in the Paris Match sports editor
Based on the assumption that the photograph participates in speeches mediation processes from which a certain image of you and a certain understanding of the other fit with the technical elements of the composition, the aim of this article is to study the reports on Brazil that were published in the...
A Study on the Relevance Criteria for Journalistic Images
<p>Selecting and editing images for news are critical components in photojournalism professionals’ daily work routines. The aim of this study is to collect empirical data on photojournalism professionals’ image-searching behavior on relevance judgments. A multimethod research design for data collect...
Urban Figures, Common Ground: JR and the Cultural Practices of Perception
La propriété matérielle des archives photographiques de presse. Enjeux juridiques
There are many archive services which today hold significant collections of press photos. These may come from a variety of different origins—often unidentified ones—and this makes it difficult to identify the material property of the elements which make up the collections. Photojournalism has always...
The transformative image. The social change power of a photograph: Aylan’s death
This work raises the role of image as an agent of social transformation. The methodology used is a case study on the impact of the photograph of Aylan Kurdi, the three year-old boy drowned in an attempt to flee a Syrian immigrant pond in Bodrum. It is one of the recent documents of social photojourn...
Photographie, art documentaire
The paper tries to frame what could be a documentary artistic practice today in the field of photography, and to specify the nature of the ties that can link such a practice to approaches in social sciences. It discusses the case of the written report (William Vollmann), replacing it within the trad...
La médiation paysagère, levier d’un développement territorial durable ?
This article hypothesizes that an engineering of participation in link with landscape notion may promote awareness of the different actors for the definition and management of territorial projects, and support a sustainable implementation of landscape policies. Two learning situations in south-weste...
El sueño incobrable de la transparencia absoluta
Over the last several years the need for transparency has grown in demand, generally and globally, in the hopes of a better future. However, such a promise can never entirely fulfilled for factual as well as ontological reasons. Based on the analysis of the painted picture, Sandra del Pilar (visual...
Photo-activism, empathy and politics of the people concerned.
this interview takes place on the basis of a dialogue with SADO, a photographic group of the City of Plata. The practice and production of this group of Argentinian photographers shows the unprecedented ways in which contemporary photography is part of today’s complex reality. Through the creation o...
From the magazines illustrated to independent photojournalism: itineraries of photographic practice in Brazil of the 20th century
In Brazil, throughout the 20th century, photographs published on magazine and newspaper pages shaped a visual public space in which facts and photos combined in the narrative of events. The city of Rio de Janeiro, the Brazilian capital until 1960, was the prime place for the institutionalisation of...
Photojournalism: visual manipulation of the news
The role of photogram reporter in front of the new configuration of printed journalistic products is gaining a new dimension, in which the most important hand is the fact but its representation, its plasticity, often at the expense of information. The new technologies have led to a real revolution i...
La devoción del salvaje. Religiosidad zapatista y silencio gráfico
During the official period of the Mexican Revolution, 1910 – 1919, the armed movement headed by Emiliano Zapata was a permanent subject for photographers working for the Press in Mexico City. Except for the short period of the Conventionist Government in the Capital City (1915), photography was repe...
Fotoperiodismo con el móvil: ¿el fin o reinvención de los fotógrafos de prensa?
Internet, las redes sociales y la evolución tecnológica han provocado un cambio en el paradigma informativo, afectando en una mayor proporción al fotoperiodismo de prensa. El aumento en la resolución de las cámaras de los móviles, ha permitido que un aficionado pueda hacer una foto publicable, q...
Les archives photographiques de la guerre des années 1990. Une approche par l’ethnographie
The article examines the photographic archives of the 1990s conflict in Algeria. Based on an ethnography carried out in the present, it traces the trajectory of photographs produced by press photographers in the 1990s, and questions the place they occupy today, both as material objects and images. Q...