Olympic Favela

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Olympic Favela

Approximately 1.4 million people live in Rio de Janeiro’s favelas. In autumn of 2012, Marc Ohrem-Leclef set out to portray the people directly and indirectly affected by policies of systematic removal. He returned to the city early in the summer of 2013 to continue this work…

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Dick Koolish

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Dick Koolish

As a 20-something MIT student, Dick studied under Minor White. “I think I was too young to really appreciate what Minor had to offer. But I’ve thought about it since, and what I mostly learned from him was craftsmanship. A lot of my attention to that came from studying with him…”

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Susan Hargrave

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Susan Hargrave

Susan Hargrave’s early exposure to photography didn’t exactly inspire her: “When I was a child,” she says, “my parents took thousands of snapshots, and I found it annoying.” Despite that inauspicious start, photography became a main focus for her creative impulses.

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Duane Michals: ‘Who is Sidney Sherman?’

A Favorite Photograph

Duane Michals: ‘Who is Sidney Sherman?’

David Weinberg spotlights “Who is Sidney Sherman?” by Duane Michals in this second installment of our new feature, A Favorite Photograph.

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A New Home. A Powerful New Partnership.

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A New Home. A Powerful New Partnership.

An exciting new era for the PRC is now underway, inaugurated through a resident partnership with Lesley University College of Art and Design (LUCAD) in their vibrant new building in Porter Square, Cambridge.

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