Meanwhile, a list of the materials I'm showing here is available on the Contents page.
Would you like to read a serious discussion of the subject of activist photography? I'll immodestly suggest my own article, "Notes on 'Activist Photography,'" in R. de la Campa, E.A. Kaplan and M. Sprinker, eds., Late Imperial Culture, Verso, 6 Meard Street, London W1V 3HR, UK or 180 Varick Street, New York, NY 10014, USA. At least you'll get one (admittedly polemical) view, and references to other sources
I'll avoid legalese as much as possible, but please treat these images with respect as my intellectual property. They are all copyright©2008, Steve Cagan, and may not be reproduced or used in any way whatsoever without my express written consent. Sorry, but you all know why that was necessary. Because these pages are about photography, I have used images of somewhat better resolution than you sometimes see on web pages; I hope you will respect that and not download the images without permission. Thanks.
Like most independent photographers, I'm always looking for work. I'm available for assignment, either here in the Cleveland area, or anywhere in the country or in the world.
Thanks for your interest, your patience and your comments.
|A young Salvadoran musician participating in the triumphal final concert on the steps of the Metropolitan Cathedral in San Salvador, part of the New Song festival celebrated while the war was still raging, April, 1988|