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'''Jill Greenberg''' (born July 1967) is successful [[liberal]] Canadian [[photographer]]. In 1989 she graduated from the [[Rhode Island]] School of Design with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Her work has appeared on the front page of [[Newsweek]], [[Time Magazine]], TV Guide, US News and World Report and Entertainment Weekly. She has also worked on commercials for corporations such as [[Microsoft]], Dreamworks, Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, MGM, [[Disney]], [[Fox]], Coca Cola, Pepsi, and others.
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'''Jill Greenberg''' (born July 1967) is successful [[liberal]] Canadian [[photographer]]. In 1989 she graduated from the [[Rhode Island]] School of Design with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Her work has appeared on the front page of [[Newsweek]], [[Time Magazine]], TV Guide, U.S. News & World Report and Entertainment Weekly. She has also worked on commercials for corporations such as [[Microsoft]], DreamWorks, Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, MGM, [[Disney]], [[Fox]], Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and others.
  
 
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In 2006 Greenberg gave a lollipop for two-three year olds for 30 seconds and then suddenly took them away, to purposely provoke them to cry. <ref>http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,21384167-5006301,00.html</ref> She photographed them and had them appear in her [[art]] gallery and were titled to reflect Greenberg's views on [[President]] [[George W. Bush]] and [[Christianity]]. It would become an issue of ethics.
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In 2006 Greenberg gave a lollipop for two-three year olds for 30 seconds and then suddenly took them away, to purposely provoke them to cry.<ref>http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,21384167-5006301,00.html</ref> She photographed them and had them appear in her [[art]] gallery and were titled to reflect Greenberg's views on [[President]] [[George W. Bush]] and [[Christianity]]. It would become an issue of ethics.
  
 
''"I think it's an ethical issue as much as anything, rather than damage to children: whether adults are'' ''justified in using children in this way."''
 
''"I think it's an ethical issue as much as anything, rather than damage to children: whether adults are'' ''justified in using children in this way."''
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Latest revision as of 17:19, 1 September 2017

Jill Greenberg (born July 1967) is successful liberal Canadian photographer. In 1989 she graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Her work has appeared on the front page of Newsweek, Time Magazine, TV Guide, U.S. News & World Report and Entertainment Weekly. She has also worked on commercials for corporations such as Microsoft, DreamWorks, Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, MGM, Disney, Fox, Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and others.

Controversies

In 2006 Greenberg gave a lollipop for two-three year olds for 30 seconds and then suddenly took them away, to purposely provoke them to cry.[1] She photographed them and had them appear in her art gallery and were titled to reflect Greenberg's views on President George W. Bush and Christianity. It would become an issue of ethics.

"I think it's an ethical issue as much as anything, rather than damage to children: whether adults are justified in using children in this way."

Frida Briggs, Emeritus Professor of child development at the University of SA said.

She also caused controversy during the 2008 Presidential Election when she shoot a portrait of Republican candidate John McCain for The Atlantic and would say that she deliberately "left his eyes red and his skin looking bad." [2]

References

  1. http://www.news.com.au/adelaidenow/story/0,22606,21384167-5006301,00.html
  2. http://www.pdnpulse.com/2008/09/how-jill-greenb.html