Winter 1998: Issue 17
Edited by John Duncan and Richard West.
260 x 205 mm
This issue of Source magazine contains a piece on the photographic archive by Justin Carville, writing by Fintan O’Toole on Robert Capa, on Marie Jo Lafontaine and on Henri Cartier-Bresson. It also contains an interview of David Byrne on the event of his show at the Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast. The interview is described as such – ‘The artist was tall, spare and dressed elegantly in black. His manner was open and alert, and he spoke freely, despite the fact that he had been answering questions all day. The interview was conducted to the hum of a polishing machine that has been edited out of the transcript for ease of reading.’ This issue makes a lot of design changes. It includes colour and has abandoned the ‘Volume, Number’ format.
About the Publisher
Source is a quarterly photography magazine, available in print and as a digital edition, published in Belfast, Northern Ireland. They publish emerging photographic work and engage with the latest in contemporary photography through news, thoughtful features and reviews of the latest exhibitions and books from Ireland and the UK. Their website brings together an archive of writing and pictures from the magazine alongside current features.1