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How Technology Politicized Visual Culture

This hand-colored portrait of an unidentified woman was taken by an unknown photographer circa 1935. But to a contemporary eye, trained by social media, it may suggest hashtags from #ThrowbackThursday to #BlackLivesMatter. It’s one of some hundred still and moving images, spanning a century and a half, in the International Center of Photography’s exhibition “Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change,” which considers how advances in technology have politicized visual culture. Opens Jan. 27.See the rest of the story at newyorker.comRelated:Ukraine, a “Supermarket” for GunsAt Volkswagen, a Scandal Where Executives Could Pay the PriceThe Most Intimate Photograph …read more

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