WRITING

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If I could go anywhere: India’s Varanasi — a sacred site on a river of rituals and altered states
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Yearning For Touch - A Photo Essay
Essay by Cherine Fahd for The Conversation
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The Body Electric review: an erotic centring of the female gaze at the National Gallery of Australia
Exhibition review by Cherine Fahd for The Conversation
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Shadow Catchers review: fakes, body doubles and mirrors from the analog to the digital lens
Exhibition review by Cherine Fahd for The Conversation
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From hidden women to influencers and individuals – putting mothers in the frame
Article by Cherine Fahd & Sara Oscar for The Conversation
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Carriageworks is my home away from home
Article by Cherine Fahd for The Conversation
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Head On Festival review: every photograph tells a virtual story
Exhibition review by Cherine Fahd for The Conversation
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Friday essay: the uncanny melancholy of empty photographs in the time of coronavirus
Essay by Cherine Fahd & Sara Oscar for The Conversation
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Lady Tabouli review: a hilarious comedy about suffocating expectations
Theatre review by Cherine Fahd for The Conversation
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Difficult Images: A Family’s Hidden Photographs of Grief and Mourning
Journal article
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Friday essay: seeing the news up close, one devastating post at a time
Essay by Cherine Fahd & Sara Oscar for The Conversation
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Friday essay: images of mourning and the power of acknowledging grief
Essay by Cherine Fahd for The Conversation
A Portrait is a Puzzle book
A Portrait is a Puzzle published by M.33. ISBN: 978-0-9945170-7-4 This “paired volume” features two photographic studies, ‘Shadowing Portraits’ and ‘You Look Like a…’
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Apókryphos book
Apókryphos published by M.33. ISBN: 978-0-6484899-0-0 Apókryphos is a deeply moving study of the ways in which grief and mourning are visualised, experienced and witnessed.
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Breath work: visualizing the invisible and relational breath
Journal article
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Blair French. "We Think You Look Like", 
A Portrait is a Puzzle, Cherine Fahd, M.33 Melbourne, 2017
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Apartment Monologue: Hedda Schattanik and Roman Szczesny 
At COMA by Cherine Fahd for Running Dog Art
Classifying 'national types of beauty'
Classifying ‘national types of beauty’: 
From cigarette cards to Miss Universe by Cherine Fahd for The Conversation
From 'Leb bread' to 'Leb Kelly'
From ‘Leb bread’ to ‘Leb Kelly’
Finally we’re seeing more Middle Eastern faces on TV by Cherine Fahd for The Conversation
Terror, Muslims, and  a culture of fear
Terror, Muslims, and a culture of fear: 
Challenging the media messages by Cherine Fahd for The Conversation
Terrorist or hipster, what does a beard mean
Terrorist or Hipster: What does a beard mean? 
By Cherine Fahd for The Conversation
The Social Contract
The Social Contract by Pippa Milne 
[Exhibition Catalogue]
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Stage Unstage: Photographs 1999-2008 by Daniel Mudie Cunningham, Cherine Fahd 
[Stage Unstage: Photographs 1999-2008 exhibition catalogue]
Stopping the Pendulum– the “Trafalgar Square” series by Cherine Fahd by Dr Nils Ohlsen  
[Trafalgar Square exhibition catalogue essay]
Cherine Fahd Trafalgar Square by Sandy Edwards  
[Trafalgar Square exhibition catalogue essay]
Cherine Fahd by Jacqueline Millner 
[Into the Blue exhibition catalogue]
Summertime by Linda Michael  
[The Chosen catalogue essay]
In camera and in public
In Camera and In Public by Naomi Cass 
[Exhibition Catalogue]
In Naked Repose: The Face of Candid Portrait Photography by Daniel Palmer
[Angelaki - journal of the theoretical humanities]
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