647 photographers, students, curators, writers, academics and other professionals in the photography industry from around the world have come together to call for collective accountability against sexual harassment in photography in the wake of an article in the Columbia Journalism Review where eleven individuals have made allegations with corroborating evidence against Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey.

Photography industry calls for collective accountability in the wake of #MeToo allegations against David Alan Harvey

On 14 January, photographers, students, curators, writers, academics and other professionals in the photography industry from around the world released a statement calling for collective accountability against sexual harassment in photography. The statement comes in the wake of an article in the Columbia Journalism Review, published on 21 December 2020, where eleven individuals accused the Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey of sexual harassment.

URL: Photography industry calls for collective accountability in the wake of #MeToo allegations against David Alan Harvey