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    Dear Mr. Picasso. An illustrated love affair with freedom

    PHOTOGRAPHY: World renowned photographer Fred Baldwin has published his memoirs at the age of 90. Is this a peculiar insight into a person who, through everything and everyone he meets, first and foremost sees himself?

    How We See: Photobooks by Women

    PHOTOGRAPHY: A global range of 21st-century photobooks by female photographers.

    Where Truth Lies: Digital Culture and Documentary Media after 9/11

    TRUTH: A new book on documentary practices post-9/11 begins with an often-repeated (idealistic) blaming of the media for the election of Trump, but develops into a complex analysis of how digital culture shapes our political realities

    Permanent Record

    CONTROL: In his memoir, Edward Snowden reveals how he helped build the mass surveillance system and what his motivations were to bring it down

    Mediascapes. Pratiche dell'immagine e antropologia culturale

    MEDIA: Feeding the imagination, desires, and emotions of increasingly mobile and displaced lives, transnational media landscapes take shape.

    Sad by Design: On Platform Nihilism

    MEDIA: Analyzing contemporary social media practices likes fake news, Geert Lovink looks toward a possible end to «platform nihilism».

    The Digital Plenitude: The Decline of Elite Culture and the Rise of New Media

    MEDIA: Author Jay David Bolter provides a comprehensive description of contemporary digital culture where digital technologies facilitate and shape the creation of many diverse communities of participation.

    Enduring Images: A Future History of New Left Cinema

    CINEMA: Morgan Adamson’s Enduring Images brings the revolutionary cinema of the 1960s alive and reminds us of the necessity of battling the ruling representations.

    In Extremis: The Life and Death of the War Correspondent Marie Colvin

    WAR REPORTER: Marie Colvin covered all the main conflicts of our time, always with the same aim: not only to bear witness, but to bring action.

    The Neganthropocene

    PHILOSOPHY: The central argument in The Neganthropocene is that the world is at risk of lapsing into a nihilistic state, as our failure to care for it becomes ever more manifest. But the challenge Stiegler takes upon himself is to show the way to an alternative anthropology.