Truth in Photography is an open-ended forum for active dialogue and discussion about photography and social change, exploring issues vital to truth in image-making that are crucial to our understanding of the world today. This interactive project questions the singular truth of photography by presenting multiple points of view, featuring diverse curators, photographers, critics, and historians, and integrating vernacular photography, photojournalism, and fine art photography. Truth in Photography interrogates the nature and intentions of the medium and examines the relationship between the photographers and their subjects. Truth in Photography continues the work of Documentary Arts to present essential perspectives on historical issues and contemporary life. This project is undertaken in collaboration with Magnum Photos, Aperture Foundation, and International Center of Photography.