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By Paul Roth, Senior Curator and Director, Photography and Media Arts The Corcoran’s proximity to the seat of American power has long offered viewers an extraordinarily appropriate vantage from which to explore some of the most significant issues facing us today, through the eyes and sensibilities of artists and image-makers. The Corcoran’s Summer 2013 exhibition […]
Unveiled speaks with Michael Kamber on photojournalism, his new book, Tim Hetherington and his mentor, the icon Mel Rosenthal.
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In advance of the show opening, we walked through James Bridle‘s new show, “A Quiet Disposition,” with Joe Hale, Director of College Exhibitions at the Corcoran.