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National Portrait Gallery. Portrait Photography: From the Victorians to the Present Day (accessed at The National Portrait Gallery 3.3.16) –

Norfolk, Simon (ND) Archaeological Treasures from the Tigris Valley (accessed at the photographer’s website 19.9.16) –

Nosthoff, Anna-Verena (2014) Barbarism: Notes on the Thoughts of Theodor W, Adorno (accessed at Critical Legal Thinking 8.6.16) –

Novak, Lorie (2005) Fragments and Past Lives (accessed at the photographer’s website 5.5.16) –

O’Hagen, Sean (2014) China’s Wild West: Photographing a Vanishing way of Life (accessed at The Guardian 29.11.16) –

O’Hagen, Sean (2015) Chris Shaw” Art college was full of rich kids so I used my camera to speak to normal people (accessed at The Guardian 30.11.16) –

O’Hagen, Sean (2015) Keith Arnatt is Proof that the Art World Doesn’t Consider Photography Real Art. (accessed at The Guardian 4.12.15) –

O’Hagen, Sean (2014) Robert frank at 90: The Photographer who Revealed America Won’t Look Back. (accessed at The Guardian 21.4.16) –

O’Hagen, Sean (2010) Was John Szarkowski the Most Influential Person in 20th Centuary Photography? (accessed at the Guardian 21.4.16) –

Open Democracy (2006) American Alphabets (accessed at Open Democracy 30.11.16) –

Oppenheimer, Daniel. (2011) Diane Arbus (accessed at the Jewish Virtual Library 29.12.15 ) –

Parr, Martin (2007) Small Things Writ Large (accessed at the Guardian 26.6.16) –

Parks, Julia. About Me (accessed at the photographer’s website 3.12.15) –

PBS (ND) Post-Vietnam Intervention (accessed at PBS 8.6.16) –

Peto, Michael. The Peto Gallery (accessed at the University of Dundee 8.12.15) –

Phelan, Ben (2014) The Story of the “Migrant Mother” (accessed at Antiques Roadshow 16.6.16) –

Philips, Sarah (2010) Photographer Nigel Shafran’s Best Shot (accessed at The Guardian 14.03.16) –

Phillips, Sarah ( 2015) Robert Golden’s best Photograph: The 1976 Notting Hill Carnival Riots (accessed at The Guardian 29.7.16) –

Photo Histories (August 2014) – Philip Jones Griffiths –

Pickering, Sarah (accessed 24.1.15) Artist’s website –

Pitts, Terry (ND) Where literature and art intersect, with an emphasis on W.G. Sebald and literature with embedded photographs (accessed at Vertigo 21.6.16) –

Povoledo, Elisabetta (2014) Investing in Fantasy to Save a Fraying Reality: Cinecittà World Theme Park Opens Thursday in Italy (accessed at the New York Times 25.9.16) –

Poyner, Rick (2010) W.G.Sebald: Writing with Pictures (accessed at Design Observer 21.6.16) –
Capps, Kriston (2015) Redlands by Philip Brookman, Reviewed (accessed at Washington City Newspaper 20.6.16) –

Pray, Rusty (2005) Nude photo now just a footnote to her “I was a girl on the verge of womanhood . . . not an icon, not a freak,” Lorna Anton says of her brush with Diane Arbus. (accessed at 1.1.16) –

Pring, Martyn (2015) The Brighton Belle (accessed at Shamrock Trains 14.12.15) –

Pro Cameraman (2012) Michael Kenna (accessed at ProCameraman 27.9.16) –

Prodger, Michael (2012) Constable, Turner, Gainsborough and the making of Landscape (accessed at the Guardian 7.10.16) –

Prospero (2015) Wim Wenders: Every Landscape Tells a Story (accessed at The Economist 29.9.16) –

Quine, Oscar and Palumbo, Daniele (2014)
Philip-Lorca diCorcia interview: ‘My Hustlers series was not unethical’ (accessed at Independent 23.2.16) –

Raluca Dragoi, Alecsandro (2015) Which is Your Biggest Regret ? (accessed at the photographer’s website 7.8.16) –

Reeve, Charles (2010) Scott McFarland (accessed at Frieze 2.10.16) –

Rigby, Graeme (2009) Survival Programmes by Exit Photography Group (accessed at Amber On-Line 19.8.16) –

Roberts, Keith W. (2015) There/Then : Here/Now Photographic Archival Intervention within the Edward Chambre Hardman Portraiture Collection (accessed at Academia 5.5.16) –

Rome File (ND) History of Cinecittà (accessed at Rome file 25.9.16) –

Ronk, Liz (2012) Photographer Spotlight: Nina Leen (accessed at Time Life 3.12.15) –

Rural Population and Migration (accessed at UK Government 6.10.16) –

Rosler, Martha (1981) In, Around and Afterthoughs (on documentary photography) (accessed 2014 at the Everyday Archive) –

Ruscha, Edward (1963) Twenty-six Gasoline Stations (accessed at Tate 23.2.15) –

Ryan, Meg (2016) The Venerable Stephen Shore Shares Wisdom Through The Lens of His Latest Project (accessed at American Photo 18.5.16) –

Sander, August (accessed at Atget Photography 18.12.15) –

Sander, August. Biography (accessed at August Sander 17.12.15) –

Scianno, Ferdinando. Potrfolio (accessed at Magnum 10.2.16) –

Scott, A.O. (2010) Essay within Crewdson, Gregory (2010) Sanctuary. New York: Abrams

Shafran, Nigel (2004 – 2008) Flowers for …….. (accessed at the photographer’s website 14.03.16) –

Shafran, Nigel  (ND) Interview with Charlotte Cotton (accessed at the photographer’s website 19.9.16) –

Shaw, Colin – Colin Shaw –

Shaw, Colin (ND) The Colin Shaw Collection (accessed at Reading University 10.9.16) –

Shaw, Colin (2016) What we Cannot See (accessed at the photographer’s blog 10.9.16) –

Shoul, Marc (2014) Dog Walkers (accessed at the photographer’s website 4.12.15) –

Sontag, Susan (accessed at John Berger: Culture Collaboration Commitment 19.4.16) –

Stokel-Walker, Chris (2012) Project Unbreakable: Stories of Surviving Sexual Assault (accessed at Storyboard 7.8.6) –

Strand, Paul. Quotations (accessed at Photoquotes 10.2.16) –,Paul#ixzz3zn0tBH9n

Sutcliffe, Frank Meadow (accessed at the Sutcliffe Gallery 12.12.15) –

Sykes, Claire (2003) Michael Kenna (accessed at the photographer’s website 27.9.16) –

Szarkowski, John (1978) Mirrors and Windows: American Photography since 1960 [Press Release] (accessed at MOMA 21.4.16) –

Szarkowski, John (1967) New Documents Press Release (accessed at MoMA 2.1.16) –

Tabuchi, Eric (2008) Twentysix Abandoned Gasoline Stations (accessed on the artist’s website 22.3.15) –

Tabuchi, Eric (2009) Twentysix Recycled Gasoline Stations (accessed on the artist’s website 22.3.15) –

The Abolition Project (accessed at The Abolition Project 7.6.16) –

The Library of Congress – Exploring Contexts ( accessed at the Library of Congress 15.6.16) –

The National Archives (ND) Postwar Immigration (accessed at the National Archives 29.7.16) –

The New York Times (1981) Death in the Photograph (accessed at The New York Times 18.7.16) –

The Phrase Finder (accessed at the Phrase Finder 29.7.16) –

The Oxford Culture Review (2013) Lover’s Rock: An Interview with John Goto (accessed at  The Oxford Culture Review 26.7.16) –

The Telegraph (accessed 24.1.15) Sarah Pickering –

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Time Magazine (1961) The Press: Paparazzi on the Prowl” (accessed at Time Magazine 8.12.15) –,9171,872287,00.html

Thurman, Judith (2003) Exposure Time: Diane Arbus’ Estate Opens up her Life and Work to New Scrutiny. (accessed at The New Yorker 1.1.16) –

Tototazo (2014) Interview Carolyn Drake (accessed at Tototazo 30.11.16) –

Tousley, Nancy (2010) Beyond Photography: Scott McFarland’s Art Links Camera and Computer (accessed at Canadian Art 1.10.16) –

Trainer, Laureen. Diane Arbus: The Missing Photographs: An Examination of Diane Arbus’ Images of Transvestites and Homosexuals from 1957 to 1965. (accessed 2014 on American Suburbx) –

Uelsmann, Jerry Collection (accessed at The MoMA 25.4.16) –

Umma (2014) Urban Landscape (accessed at the University of Michigan 28/9/16) –

Vogel, Carol (2007) A Big Gift for the Met: The Arbus Archives. (accessed 2014 at The New York Times) –

Wales On Line (2010) Magnum Photographer David Hurn Turns his Lens on Wales (accessed at Wales on Line 7.12.15) –

Walker Agency (ND) Human Rights Abuses Taking Place on Swiss Streets (accessed at Walker 4.6.16) –

Walker Agency (ND) Results: Amnesty International Not Here But Now (accessed at Walker 4.6.16) –

Warburton, Nigel (2006) Bill Brandt’s Pictorialism (accessed at the author’s website 12.12.15) –

Waters, Lowenna (2015) Julian Germain photographed classrooms in 19 countries all over the world (accessed at British Journal of Photography 01.03.16) –

Willette, Jeanne (2015) Gustave Le Gray 1820 – 1884 (accessed ar Art History Unstuffed 2.10.16) –

Williams, Val (2001) Val Williams on Elina Brotherus (accessed at the artist’s website 28.4.16) –

Woolley, Dawn (2015) Looking at Adverts 13 (accessed at OCA 3.6.16) –

Zuidervaart, Lambert (2015) Theodor W. Adorno (accessed ar The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy 8.6.16) –