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British Journal of Photography #7913

British Journal of Photography #7913

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How can photography foster a response to the socio-economic challenges we are living through today – at home, and globally? The photographers featured in this Money + Power issue show the myriad ways in which the medium can comment, criticise, and engage with how wealth and influence shape the world we live in.

Craig Easton’s Thatcher’s Children illustrates the insidious cycle of intergenerational poverty, photographing two generations of one family in the north of England. “Photography can’t change the world,” says Easton, “but it can change opinions”. Mathieu Asselin also prefers a direct approach. Known for investigating the conflict between capitalism and the environment, he shares a new body of work, True Colours, exposing the violent relationship between car manufacturers and the natural landscape.

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