Molatham by Scott Caruth reviewed on Phroom magazine by Antonino Barbaro

“On a first level, Molatham is a documentation of the social practice of studio portrait photography in the West Bank. It primarily engages with archival work from two major local photography studios, Studio Havana and Studio Chaplin; but on a further level, the visual narrative is constructed upon the socio/political shift undertaken by those same images going from the very private context for which they have been made to the politically-charged public domain of martyrdom posters plastered all over Palestinian streets.......Molatham is an important body of work that can deconstruct and rethink a new responsibility of self-representation in places where traditional photojournalistic approaches have failed.”