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'Faking It': Old-School Photo Trickery at the Met...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers A new show at the Met, Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop, shines a thoughtful light on the work of men and women who, throughout the history of the medium, have playfully (and, occasionally, with more sinister motives) doctored their own and others’ images. See on lightbox.time.com
The men behind the helmets: Black and white...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers Daily MailThe men behind the helmets: Black and white pictures show bikers in a new lightDaily MailBut theses stunning photographs reveal a more innocent and vulnerable side to the hardened Harley-Davidson fanatics, tainted by the memory of Hell’s… See on dailymail.co.uk
Guggenheim's Picasso Exhibit Shows Photography's...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers NewsweekGuggenheim’s Picasso Exhibit Shows Photography’s InfluenceNewsweekAnd because the word “sepia” gets at a crucial force behind this art: photography. See on thedailybeast.com
Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters - SXSW 2012...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters follows the acclaimed photographer’s decade-long quest to create a series of haunting, surreal, and stunningly elaborate p… See on youtube.com
Mark Seliger shares photo secrets with celebrity...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers Celebrity photographer Mark Seliger dishes with other famous photographers on his new show CAPTURE on YouTube. This is really worth a look if you want to get an insider-y perspective on how some famous celebrity photos were made. See on imaging-resource.com
Norman Rockwell used richly-detailed photographs...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers New York Daily News — Norman Rockwell used richly-detailed photographs as reference for his iconic …New York Daily NewsBut as his works began to take on a more realistic quality, he had assistants start snapping pictures —- See on nydailynews.com
Caught in the exhilaration of the moment -...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers British Journal of PhotographyCaught in the exhilaration of the momentFinancial TimesThis exhibition argues that Moriyama took the radical licence he found in Klein and pushed it ever further. See on ft.com
'Faking It' at the Met, a Photography Exhibition -...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers ‘Faking It’ at the Met, a Photography ExhibitionNew York TimesPerhaps you have seen the famous photograph of a dirigible touching its nose to the tip of the Empire State Building. See on nytimes.com
Tate Debate: What is the difference between...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers Tate Debate asks what is the difference between viewing photography in the gallery and in print? See on tate.org.uk
ASX.TV: Rineke Dijkstra – “A Conversation with...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers Interviewer: Jennifer Blessing, curator, photography, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York Leading museums across the country are celebrating contemporary women photographers in a number of solo exhibitions this year. Among the most widely-anticipated shows is a retrospective of the work of Dutch artist Rineke Dijkstra. This interview with the...
One Kings Lane - William Stafford Gallery
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers Fine Photography… See on onekingslane.com
Vivian Maier | Catherine Couturier Gallery...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers John Cleary Gallery is now Catherine Couturier Gallery. See on catherinecouturier.com
The 50 Greatest Street Photographers Right Now |...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers Street photography is one of the most interesting yet overlooked genres in imaging. Capturing architecture, people in passing, odd details, and intriguing signage, these photographers are at the top of their game. They’re not limited by using film or digital, shooting black and white or color, or having available light. They photograph their hometowns...
‘Brancusi: the Photographs’ at Bruce Silverstein...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers In Bruce Silverstein‘s show of Brancusi (NYC) there are some 40 images, and nearly every one of them is remarkable. Brancusi’s self-portraits are particularly haunting. See on galleristny.com
Trevor Traina's Photography Collection Now On...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers The Traina collection, on view through September 16th, is vibrant and dynamic. It embodies the depth and diversity of this multi-faceted field.The exhibition consists of a 160 works by more than 40 artists. Video: http://youtu.be/FgWAqUv2dCE See on huffingtonpost.com
Tom Stoddart's retrospective at London's South...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers A new photographer for me. What a coup t have a show during the Olympics! See on bjp-online.com
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Pinterest / Search results for helmut newton
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers Helmut Newton on Pinterest See on pinterest.com
Tadeu VilaniB & W TV | La Lettre de la...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers This project is called B & W TV (Black and WhiteTV), is referring to people living in the suburbs of the metropolitan area of PortoAlegre, capital of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. See on lalettredelaphotographie.com
Shocking super SALE at Phaidon
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers Super Sale as Phaidon the publisher is up for sale. Good chance to buy art, photography, architecture & design books from Phaidon’s online store at 75% off See on uk.phaidon.com
KEIZO KITAJIMA: “Photo Express: Tokyo” (2012)
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers The photographs in “Photo Express: Tokyo” (Steidl, 2012) were taken in Tokyo within a single year by Keizo Kitajima, and looking at them is like leafing through his intricate memories. They are complex and celebratory, hopeless and certain and full of people with signatures of fate on their faces. This is a personal documentary invaded by a black energy. See...
KEIZO KITAJIMA: “Photo Express: Tokyo” (2012)
See on Scoop.it - Photography Now The photographs in “Photo Express: Tokyo” (Steidl, 2012) were taken in Tokyo within a single year by Keizo Kitajima, and looking at them is like leafing through his intricate memories. They are complex and celebratory, hopeless and certain and full of people with signatures of fate on their faces. This is a personal documentary invaded by a black energy. See on...
MoMA | Cindy Sherman and John Waters: A...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers MoMA | Cindy Sherman and John Waters: A Conversation…Blah blah blah JW: As you mentioned, you’re going to be known forever for the Untitled Film Stills. I’ve always said that people don’t remember movies; they remember the stills. And I think you really captured that quality. But why do you think they’re so iconic? See on moma.org
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A Closer Look -- The Dutch Photobook
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers The Dutch PhotobookA little studying on the subject of photobooks will reveal quite quickly that the Netherlands has a solid reputation for producing some of the finest examples of the genre. See on blog.photoeye.com
Aperture Foundation celebrates its sixtieth...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers A prolific publisher and exhibition organizer, with a razor-sharp comprehension of the graphic arts, Delpire has had a defining hand in the careers of many of the master photographers of recent history. See on artdaily.org
The Met Reveals the Dialectic of the Unclothed...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers The photographic nude is almost as old as photography itself, but there are as many ways to approach it as there are photographers. See on artinfo.com
Forty Years Later, a Photographer Finally Gets His...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers Forty Years Later, a Photographer Finally Gets His Show The remarkable work of John Myers, who had his first solo exhibition earlier this year | New York Times. By Stacey Baker See on 6thfloor.blogs.nytimes.com
The month in photography – audio slideshow
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers The Observer New Review’s guide to the month’s best photo exhibitions and books – featuring Anders Petersen, Alex Prager, Josef Koudelka and Stephanie Sinclair… See on guardian.co.uk
Daniele Cascone | Digital Art and Photography
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers Daniele Cascone, artista digitale e fotografo. See on danielecascone.com
Couples – Photographer – Howard Schatz
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers Couples, a beautiful photo series from renowned photographer Howard Schatz. Kind of plowing the same ground as Herb Ritts, this wonderful photographer could do with branching out a little more. See on bloodyloud.com
X-ray Fashion Photography by Nick Veasey
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers British photographer, Nick Veasey uses industrial X-ray machines to discover what makes up the natural world and highlight the surprising, inner beauty in some of the most common objects. See on featureshoot.com
Collection of iconic photographs assembled by Eric...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers B LONDON.- /B A major photographic collection assembled by Eric and Louise Franck has been promised as a donation to a the TATE See on artdaily.org
Harry Callahan, some wize words and a photograph
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers Born in Detroit in 1912, Harry Callahan was a self-taught photographer. Callahan began taking pictures in his hometown Detroit for fun, opting for an inexpensive point and shoot camera over an expensive 16mm movie camera. See on harveybenge.blogspot.fr
In The Context Of Contemporary Photography at...
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers The Bielefeld graphic artist and photographer, Carl Strüwe (1898–1988) counts as one of the pioneers of artistic micro photography. See on contemporaryartdaily.com
Arno Rafael Minkkinen
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers Personal website of artist Arno Rafael Minkkinen… See on arno-rafael-minkkinen.com
JOE DEAL (1947-2010)
See on Scoop.it - Master Photographers Joe Deal chose to photograph places irrevocably marred by human hands, landscapes most people would consider unreedemably ugly. Indeed! Ugly photos but much admired. See on blog.sfmoma.org
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Robert Doisneau’s Contact Sheets
Yesterday, Google celebrated Robert Doisneau’s centenary (100th anniversary of his birth) with a doodle. Also, there was an interview in Doisneau in that marvelous series, Contacts. Via iconicphotos.wordpress.com
Fabulous from Agence VU in France. Well worth a look at the site. Via agencevu.com
'Naked Before the Camera': Nudes at the...
Daily Beast ‘Naked Before the Camera’: Nudes at the Metropolitan Museum —The Met is turning over a new leaf with “Naked Before the Camera,” a racy exhibit of nude photography for the notoriously tasteful institution. What?? But this museum has always put racy pictures on it’s doorstep .. What about all the naked men on those Greek urns? Via thedailybeast.com
Margaret Bourke White 1904 -1971
Margaret Bourke White 1904 – 1971 — the only American photographer in the Soviet Union in 1941 while the battle for Moscow raged. During her unique career, Bourke-White was torpedoed in the Mediterranean, strafed by the Luftwaffe, stranded on an Arctic island, bombarded in Moscow, and pulled out of the Chesapeake when her chopper crashed. She was the first Western photographer to document...
Mise en boîte | 19/07/2009 | From the portfolio of French photographer Richard Vantielcke Via pinterest.com
Zeeland Bridge by Kees Smans
Photo portfolio of Kees Smans on 500px is nice! Via 500px.com
Portraits by Lee Jeffries
Lee Jeffries: He’s produced a haunting set of black-and-white portraits of people living on the streets of Europe and the U.S. Every face is shown in incredible detail and is full of emotion. English Via urbanist.fr
N O N S P A C E - Emily Grundon
Emily Grundon has shot a series of photographs, which look at the architectural details and intricacies of the spaces in which art is displayed and exhibited. In Nonspace she highlights the little things most of us would miss when we are in a museum or art gallery. Busy encountering a space in it’s intended purpose we often miss the most interesting or telling details. These photos capture light...
Bonni Benrubi Gallery - Matthew Pillsbury -...
Matthew Pillsbury Fausto, Washington Square Park (2011) archival pigment ink print signed, titled and dated 19 x 13” Edition of 20, $2,200-$3,000 40 x 30” Edition of 10, $5,000-$9,000 60 x 50” Edition of 3, $10,000-$15,000 Via bonnibenrubi.com