Link Love: 3/26/2010

  • Beautiful digital flipbooks at Mediastorm. I thought that the Iraqi Kurdistan series was especially striking for its nuanced look at everyday life in Iraq, sans US troops and suicide bombers. [via Effie Kapsalis, SPI]
  • And speaking of reportage, check out A Developing Story, a very interesting website examining photojournalism and other media produced in the developing world.
  • Just received an email about the exhibition at, which aims to help you "find the accident deliberately," by showcasing 365-days-worth of vernacular photography. There are some weird delights on there.

  • How did I not know about this before? UbuWeb is an online archive devoted to "avant-garde, ethnopoetics, and outsider arts." I'll definitely be spending a lot of time here, especially in their film section. In honor of Spring rainshowers, I bring you this little-known ditty by Ralph Steiner, a photographer from my alma mater, whose work I happened across while in college:


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