Paper Mountains - The Morning News
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers In Laura Plageman’s “Response” photographs, nature pictures are ripped, folded, and turned into sculptures, then re-photographed to become unusual new landscapes. Via themorningnews.org
Magnum and the Dying Art of Darkroom Printing
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers A few years ago, I had the pleasure of spending some time with Pablo Inirio, master darkroom printer at Magnum Photos in New York. I was thinking about that interview recently as I heard the news… Via theliteratelens.com
Photographer's Own: Paper negatives from the...
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers Photo: Courtesy Daniel Blau. LONDON.- What we see here are unique paper negatives from the 1850’s by some of the greatest old master photographers. They are the true originals, created by the light reflecting off the photographed subject. Via artdaily.org
"Photography Collected Us”: The Malcolmson...
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers This comprehensive exhibition comprises some 200 works that traverse an entire history of photographic practices, and is widely acknowledged as the strongest and most inclusive private collection of historic and vintage photography in Canada. Embracing both pictures and documents, the exhibition ranges from Robert Frank to Ian Wallace and beyond, including...
More Lillian Bassman
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers Fashion photography’s doyenne on modern darkrooms, the twisted industry and her career renaissance… Via coolhunting.com
Steichen: A New Trove From an Old Master
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers Nearly a century ago in France, Edward Steichen “reinvented photography for himself,” employing handmade dyes and multiple printing processes in his workshop. Now new Steichens have been found. Howard Greenberg explains: “Inside was a small group of unmounted 8-by-10 prints that looked for all the world as though the last time they had seen...
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers Fashion photographer whose pictures were reveries about the secret lives of women… Via guardian.co.uk
Angel Adams | los angeles
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers I had no idea that Ansel Adams produced urban landscapes too! Via drkrm.com
At the MFA: The dawn of photography - Milford...
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers At the MFA: The dawn of photography. Passion and perception comes alive in “Silver, Salt and Sunlight,” a gorgeous exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts of the earliest photographs. Via milforddailynews.com
Madrid: Retrospective Lewis Hine | La Lettre de la...
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers The FundacionMapfre will be presenting a retrospective of American photographer Lewis Wickes Hine in the Recoletos Hall from February 11 through April 29, 2012. Via lalettredelaphotographie.com
'The Birth Of Photography Exhibition', Museum Of...
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers ‘The Birth Of Photography Exhibition’, Museum Of Fine Arts Budapest Opens In March. The period of Pictorialism represents a milestone in the history of photography. The new photographic trend developed almost simultaneously in the 1890s in England, Austria, France and Germany. Via xpatloop.com
The eerie photographs of a famed painter
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers Hitler declared his paintings degenerate. Of course, Lyonel Feininger was actually one of the 20th century’s most important American avant-garde artists: at various times a Cubist, Expressionist and Secessionist. He’s also well known as one of the Bauhaus’s original faculty, and was even a distinguished newspaper comic strip artist. But a photographer? Really?...
Photography and Performance by Hans Breder
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers A three time exhibiting artist at the Whitney Biennial, German-born Hans Breder has made a career of creating great performance and photography works, including these fantastic pieces with use of mirrors and the human body. Born in 1935 in Herford, Germany, trained early on in his career in Hamburg but moved to New York City in his late 20s and found increasing...
Francesca Woodman @ SFMoMA
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers The exhibit shows at the San Francisco MOMA until February 20, 2012 The accompanying book Francesca Woodman is available at the bookstore. Go see this; you will want to return. And even if you don’t go back, Francesca Woodman will haunt you in an important and lovely way. —Gwynned Vitello Via juxtapoz.com
Norman Parkinson A unique eye for beauty
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers Photography is a collaborative process – like a dance – and Norman was like Fred Astaire. Queen Elizabeth, the Beatles, Audrey Hepburn, David Bowie and Twiggy were among the many 20th century icons and the world’s greatest personalities that were immortalised by Norman Parkinson (1913 – 1990), one of the foremost British fashion and portrait photographer of the...
The Bill Brandt Archive
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers The Bill Brandt Archive continues the business of the great 20th century photographer Bill Brandt…. Via facebook.com
Paper Negatives from the 1850s : new show
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers From 17th February until 31st March, Daniel Blau’s London gallery will host an exhibition entitled, “Photographer’s Own - Paper Negatives from the 1850s”. Via photographyblog.com
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers Garry Winogrand’s photo exhibit at Denver Art Museum. Winogrand may have been stuck on New York’s trendy women, but he was no Herb Ritts — fashion photography wasn’t his thing. Via denverpost.com
From the Road: exploration of contemporary...
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers Above Rob Carter, Travelling Still, Tulip Fields, Holland, XIV, 2006, C-type hand print mounted to Diasec, 41 x 41 in / 104 x 104 cm, Edition of 3. (©Rob Carter/Courtesy of Eleven, London). Via wayneford.posterous.com
An Interview with Ellen Rogers
Via Scoop.it - Master Photographers Composing works filled with spectral beauties in an atmosphere that seems to exist between worlds, artist Ellen Rogers creates her ethereal photographs solely in analogue. Via hifructose.com