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Gem Fletcher
The Messy Truth
Conversations on Photography
Photo Director Gem Fletcher hosts The Messy Truth, a podcast dedicated to the world of contemporary photography featuring exclusive interviews with emerging and leading artists, curators and critics. Listen in to these candid conversations that unpack photography and why it connects us all in such transformational ways. Follow Gem’s Instagram @gemfletcher for images of photographs discussed in each episode. Hosted on Acast. See
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 183 ratings
Really glad I cam across your podcast. A few episodes in and already your episodes have kept me going whilst in the studio. Great studio-making listening. Photography content giving me confidence to just keep going and exploring.
Femmeartdesire via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/13/23
thank you, Gem!
I regretfully didn’t have the opportunity to study photography for my college degree, despite knowing that this is what I’ve always wanted to do. I graduated feeling like I’d missed out on my biggest opportunity to learn about so many facets of image making, leaving my knowledge of the practice...Read full review »
Mariel Wiley via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/28/23
Steph Wilson
Loved the Steph episode! Inspiring & insightful. Really good one Gem ❤️
Smita Lasrado via Apple Podcasts · India · 12/27/22
Recent Episodes
In today's minisode, Gem Fletcher speaks to Brea Souders about her latest book Another Online Pervert, which charts her multi-year conversation with a female-programmed chatbot. The book published by Mack, combines excerpts from their conversation with images from her archive. It is highly...
Published 12/24/23
In this minisode, Gem Fletcher speaks to previous guest Micaiah Carter about his first monograph, What’s My Name. The book, published by Prestel, charts over a decade of Micaiah's work interlaced with images from his parent's archives dating back to the 1960s. His work, often celebratory in tone,...
Published 12/24/23
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