French Newspaper Runs Blank Frames to Highlight Plight of Photojournalists

French Newspaper Runs Blank Frames to Highlight Plight of Photojournalists.

“A visual shock. For the first time in its history, Libération appears without photographs. In their place, a series of empty frames that create a rather uncomfortable silent space: it’s blatant, there is a lack of information, as if we had become a silent paper. Without the sound, without this little interior music that accompanies the gaze.” (translation by the author)

French Newspaper Runs Blank Frames to Highlight Plight of Photojournalists

another article on this issue in the British Journal of Photography