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This paper aims to renegotiate the place of the photography of private space, as the recent experiments in this area show that it is imperative that the moral censorship with which it has been surrounded by the sovereign power be undone. In the first section of the paper I will analyse Hannah Arendt's political philosophy in relation to Ariella Azoulay's political-ontological theory of photography, arguing that Azoulay succeeds in finding a solution for the crisis announced by Arendt.doi:10.24193/ekphrasis.19.8 fatcat:akikoev2rfecrghe4jwwjciqbq