Dark Mirrors —

Dark Mirrors assembles sixteen essays by photographer and critic Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa focusing on contemporary fine art photographic and video practices that are principally, though not exclusively, rooted in the United States, written between 2015 and 2021. Wolukau-Wanambwa analyses the image’s relationship to the urgent and complex questions that define our era, through the lens of artistic practices and works which insightfully engage with the ongoing contemporaneity of disparate histories and the ever-changing status of the visual in social life. — publisher

Deana Lawson, —241
Dana Lixenberg, — 139
Paul Pfeiffer, — 213
Arthur Jafa, —79
Katy Grannan, and — 117
Robert Bergman — 131
Ron Jude — 159
Rosalind Solomon — 147
Charlotte Cotton — 47
Joel W. Fisher — 63
Rabih Mroue —87
Daniel Shea — 107
Kristine Potter — 201
Mark Ruwedel — 187
Jason Koxvold — 171

Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa (B. 1980–):

RISD: https://www.risd.edu/academics/photography/faculty/stanley-wolukau-wanambwa

Aperture: https://aperture.org/author/stanley-wolukau-wanambwa/

Light Work: https://www.lightwork.org/archive/stanley-wolukau-wanambwa/

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