Her name is Nancy Farese. She’s American and a photographer. She created a foundation called Catchlight, which is very focused on social photography and engaged. The Eye of Photogtraphy sheds light on her approach and activities by giving her a column today. There is a vitality and urgency about being in the arts right now. Photography has never been more ubiquitous, or more useful as a social tool to reach across geographies and language. The medium itself is evolving, perhaps beyond the reference of light and writing into something that we can yet recognize. The landscape around it shifts and...
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