New Issue of Finite Foto: Issue 10 Politics and Advocacy

For this issue of Finite Foto, we are pleased to present work by some artists who are using the photographic medium to document projects about controversial and political issues and who use photography as a means to advocate for a change in the surrounding world. Three broad topics are covered in this month's issue: United States and Mexico border, New Mexico Food Advocacy and The Three Gorges Dam project. We hope you enjoy reading. Please send us your thoughts at finitefoto@gmail.com.

A Voice in the Desert
A Dialogue about Jason Jaacks' Project with Antone Dolezal

An Interview with David Rochkind
by Jonathan Blaustein

A Quiet River
The Construction of the Three Gorges Dam (1996-2010) photography by Zeng Nian

The Un-Natural Nature of Food (New Mexico)
by Melanie McWhorter and featuring the work of Jonathan Blaustein and David Ondrik

Finite Foto is a new media collective that investigates and promotes the intersection of photography and culture in the state of New Mexico. We are dedicated to bringing awareness to the global art community about both historical and contemporary photography from all regions of the state.

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