With the first cycle of programming for the Hillman Photography Initiative complete, the Agents speak openly about their experiences.
Kaelen Wilson-Goldie explores the power of photographer Shirin Neshat's Women of Allah series.
Oliver Wasow considers the generational divide between the worlds of analog and digital photography.
Alec Soth examines the influence that a singular Robert Adams photograph had on his career.
Fred Ritchin examines the ethics surrounding Nathan Weber's controversial photograph of Fabienne Cherisma.
Nancy West considers the work of Kenneth Josephson and the role of self-reflexive images.
During its three-month run at CMOA, The Sandbox transformed the Coatroom Gallery into a reading room and public forum on the photobook.
Jessica Helfand reflects on self-documentation and online presence in an age of carefully crafted autobiography.
Divya Rao Heffley, program manager for the Hillman Photography Initiative, considers what it means for a museum to be experimental.