Can photography save us from ourselves? Leading photographers consider the power of the photograph to explore the urgent environmental and social issues facing humanity today. From the Prix Pictet, the leading global photography prize on sustainability.
Hope: Don McCullin, Valerie Belin, Angie Hobbs
Is there hope? Photographers Don McCullin and Valerie Belin, and Angie Hobbs, professor of the public understanding of philosophy, ask if photography can save us.
Conflict: with Ross McDonnell, Funmi Iyanda, Lionel Barber
Can photography combat conflict? Photographer Ross McDonnell, journalist and producer Funmi Iyanda and editor Lionel Barber consider horror, banality and beauty.
Consumption: with Mandy Barker, Tiffany Jenkins, Catherine Flood
Can we ever be satisfied? Photographer Mandy Barker, sociologist Tiffany Jenkins and Catherine Flood, curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum of art and design, consider how photography feeds our appetites.
Displacement: with Elif Shafak, Gideon Mendel, Jillian Edelstein
Can a photograph capture the complexity of displacement? Writer and activist Elif Shafak and photographers Gideon Mendel and Jillian Edelstein discuss the role of photography in today's displacement crisis.
Photography as Witness: with Nadav Kander, Hannah Starkey, Jeff Rosenheim
What happens when we take a photo? Explore our "ocular era" with photographers Nadav Kander and Hannah Starkey, and curator Jeff Rosenheim of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
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Possibly Pretentious but Insightfully Important
It could be the accidents, I’m American, but you can’t help feel that these people are part of an exclusive club/career. They talk about interesting and important subjects, the editing is well done, and things like honesty and integrity are here. However, based off of the people they choose to interview... (it has to do with the club/career I talked about) I don’t see them expanding very far. The podcast itself feels like from an institution. I found this podcast through an instagram ad and it would be interesting to hear about the views from Instagram photographers like me who aren't able to build a following, and what that does to the new generations and the art form. I don’t think photographers these days are getting to where the people in this podcast are. We resort to reviving film and making youtube the priority for profit than being able to be part of the elite club or enacting meaningful change.