C International Photo Magazine #7.
Edited by Elena Foster.
Ivory Press, 2008. 314 pp., 285 illustrations., 13x8¾".

Publisher's Description
The issue 7 of C PHOTO, contains works from Middle Eastern photographers. 2008 is the last year of Polaroid film production. C PHOTO dedicates its Archive section to a review of the fertile visual legacy of the last 50 years.

Interviews and Essays Zeina Arida, Nitza Drori-Peremen, Doc Flaps, Barbara Hitchcock, Kathleen S. Howe, Nissan Perez, Robert Suckrachand.

Collector Images from Arab Image Foundation which has collected and preserved most of the Middle East's visual memory from the 19th century to the present.

Archive THE POLAROID CORPORATION PHOTOGRAPHY COLLECTION A result of the collaboration between artists and the company.

POLANOID The group has set up a series of initiatives around Polarod technology showcasing the most dynamic and creative aspects of it.

Vintage Images from WILSON CENTER FOR PHOTOGRAPHY about the First Seen, 19th century photographs taken by the first artists to explore the East.

Guest ISABEL COIXET a special commission from the Spanish filmmaker for C PHOTO.

C Action the grants awarded to LOVISA RINGBORG and FLORE-AEL SURUN.

Scope/Portfolio
ALEX PRAGER Costumes, stagings, special effects. A clear cinematographic influence, and a style that has already become a genre in photography.

AKIF HAKAN CELEBI The Turkish photographer recreates a certain atmosphere focusing on fetishism, sexual fantasy and love of asphyxiation.

FEDERIC BRENNER The French photographer presents a comprehensive work on the Jewish Diaspora. A series of portraits of the community.

GERALD SLOTA Manipulating copies, negatives, scenes, the North American artist takes us into a fantastic and disturbing reality.

HIROSHI WANTANABE His photos compel us to involve ourselves in a universe that is perfect.

POLLY BORLAND Author of offbeat stories and photographic portraits from Queen Elizabeth II to Nick Cave, Borland presents her personal project, Bunny. Surrealism and provocation intermingle in a detailed study of femininity.

RAMALLAH UNDERGROUND A group of musicians living in Ramallah, Palestine. Here is a series of collages and poems of them.

ROCKY SCHENCK Photographs that lean clearly towards the noir and reveal a classical image of America.
Amongst other photographers.

Hiroshi Watanabe is represented by photo-eye Gallery. See his work here.


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