“The New Global Photographers.” March-April, 2006. Rexer, Lyle.
“We’re up in an airplane over Mexico City with Melanie Smith, who is showing photographs and video of the vast smoggy sprawl that stretches t0 the horizon. The view is vertiginous, terrifying. We are at Guantanamo Bay with Jason Oddy, photographing the barbed-wire and chain-link fences that divide freedom from its enemies. We’re in China with Edward Burtynsky, watching a new world take shape literally overnight in factories, shipyards, urban construction sites. We’re inside the corporate boardrooms of global capitalism with Jacqueline Hassink, photographing the furniture as a clue to the organization of power and its presentation.”
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